Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

March 2 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Brown University Study Documents Links Between National And Local Offshore Wind Opponents” • A study from Brown University shows in graphic detail how linkages exist between opponents of offshore wind and captive fossil fuel apologists at the national level. The national organizations have one mission: protecting fossil fuels. [CleanTechnica]

Wind farm (Alice Welch, USDA)

  • “Will Vermont Commit To 100% Renewable Electricity?” • In Vermont, lawmakers are moving forward with legislation that would require electric utilities to get 100% of the electricity they sell to consumers from renewable sources by 2030. H.289, An Act Relating to the Renewable Energy Standard, received favorable committee reports. [Environment America]
  • “BYD Dolphin Mini Rolling in Mexico – Cheapest Electric Car By Far” • The BYD Seagull, a small and super affordable electric car from the top selling plugin vehicle producer in the world, has now made its way into the Mexican auto market. The 5-door compact electric hatchback comes at a shockingly low price of MXN$358,800 ($21,000). [CleanTechnica]
  • “World’s Largest Rooftop Solar Power Plant To Be Built In Denmark” • The Danish solar company SolarFuture ApS has landed an order for a 35 MW rooftop solar power plant. The electricity production from the solar plant in Horsens, Denmark, will exceed that of all existing installations in the world, even at Tesla’s Gigafactory in Nevada. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Energy-Related Emissions Hit A Record High Last Year Despite Renewables Surge” • Despite a decline in fossil fuel use in developed economies, global energy-related emissions rose last year to a record high as coal use rose in major developing markets hit by low hydropower generation, an International Energy Agency showed. [Oil & Gas 360]

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