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March 17 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Radia’s WindRunner To Be The World’s Largest Aircraft Ever Built” • The enormous blades required for today’s most potent offshore wind turbines can’t easily be transported over land. A Colorado-based energy startup believes it has the answer: A colossal plane purpose-built to ferry the largest turbine blades imaginable. [Interesting Engineering]

Radia’s WindRunner (Radia image)


  • “Climate Criminals – Prosecuting Big Oil For Environmental Crimes” • David Arkush, who is the director of the Public Citizen Climate Program, and Aaron Regunberg, who is a senior climate policy counsel at Public Citizen, have written an article for “The New Republic” called The Case for Prosecuting Fossil Fuel Companies for Homicide. Wow! Let that sink in! [CleanTechnica]
  • “How Human-Rights Court Challenges Are Moving The Needle On Climate Change” • In the book Climate Capitalism, Akshat Rathi paints a picture of ways in which a green economy is possible, and in many cases already happening. Here, an excerpt looks at the influence of court challenges in inducing change by private companies and governments. [Toronto Star]
  • “Hyundai Motor And Iveco Group Expand Their Partnership To Explore Synergies For Electric Heavy-Duty Trucks In Europe” • Hyundai Motor Company and Iveco Group signed a Letter of Intent, to work towards electric heavy-duty truck solutions, for both battery electric trucks and fuel cell electric trucks, for the European markets. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Ford F-150 Lightning Race Pits Tesla’s Superchargers Against Electrify America” • Tom Moloughney and Kyle Conner took two Ford Trucks from New Jersey to Florida to see who would get there first. One had to rely on Electrify America stations, and the other had to use Tesla’s Supercharger network. Spoiler: They arrived minutes apart. [CleanTechnica]

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