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February 4 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Google Signs Its Largest Offshore Wind Power Agreement To Date” • Google has signed power purchase agreements with CrossWind and Ecowende consortia, joint ventures of energy companies Shell and Eneco. This announcement is in line with its goal to achieve net-zero emissions across all of its operations and value chains by 2030. [Inceptive Mind]

Google data center in Eemshaven, Netherlands (Google image)

  • “Regional Communities Gather From Latrobe Valley To Wollongong To Say Yes To Renewables, Community Power, Climate Action” • Regional communities gathered in Australia to send a strong message that they support renewable energy and want to see stronger action on climate change and new jobs in wind and solar power. [The National Tribune]
  • “Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited Illuminates Asia’s Largest Tea Estate With Innovative Solar Technology” • Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited commissioned a 1040-kW bifacial solar system at Chengmari Tea Estate, Asia’s largest tea estate. This project is the first deployment of on-ground bifacial modules in eastern India. [SolarQuarter]
  • “Nevada Supreme Court Ruling Says That Surface Water And Groundwater Are One And The Same” • The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled in a unanimous decision that the state may restrict new groundwater pumping if it will impact other users and wildlife. The decision will change how the state manages its groundwater. [CleanTechnica]
  • “US Counties Are Blocking The Future Of Renewable Energy: These Maps, Graphics Show How” • At least 15% of counties in the US have effectively halted new utility-scale wind, solar, or both, USA Today found. But the opposition to renewable energy isn’t as simple as left vs. right. There’s no one group fighting renewables. [USA Today]

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