Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

March 5 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Blizzard Slams California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, More Snow On The Way” • The snow has topped ten feet in some of the Sierra’s higher elevations. Now, yet another storm is to hit the mountains of Northern California, Oregon, and Washington with more heavy snow. It is expected to add up to two feet of snow to what has already fallen. [ABC News]

Blizzard (Dave Hoefler, Unsplash)

  • “Australians Prefer Living Near Wind, Solar Over Nuclear, Coal” • Only one in ten Australians would want to live near a nuclear reactor or coal-burning power plant, while most would prefer to live near wind and solar farms, new polling shows. The polling comes as the Coalition prepares to release its plan for nuclear reactors in Australia. [Mirage News]
  • “Nissan Ariya Gets Big Price Cut – Competitive With Tesla Model Y Now?” • The Nissan Ariya, the company’s fully electric crossover, just got its base price reduced by about $3,600. Some higher-end versions of the Ariya got their MSRP absolutely shredded, by as much as $6,000. The base MSRP for the Ariya is now $39,590. [CleanTechnica]
  • “California Man Is First In The US To Be Charged With Smuggling Greenhouse Gases” • A Southern California man was arrested on suspicion of smuggling refrigerants into the US from Mexico. Federal prosecutors said he’s the first person to be charged with violating regulations intended to curb use of greenhouse gases. [ABC News]
  • “Microgrid Market Powers Up, Envisioned To Reach $87.8 Billion By 2029, At A CAGR Of 18.5%” • The global microgrid market is poised for substantial growth, with a projected size of $87.8 billion by 2029. The growth reflects a robust compound annual growth rate of 18.5% from 2024 to 2029, according to one report. [Metro – News Channel Nebraska]
  • “US Counties Are Blocking Renewable Energy For Themselves, But Not For Thee” • A movement is afoot to block utility-scale renewable energy development across the US, even though the cost of wind and solar power is cheaper than electricity from other sources in many areas. However, there is more than one way to deal with such things. [CleanTechnica]

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