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April 1 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Farmers In Germany Ready To Embrace Agrivoltaics” • In Germany, researchers associated with the world renowned Fraunhofer ISE published a study designed to shed light on what factors make agrivoltaics – the practice of combining solar panels with farming – attractive to those who are actually engaged in farming. [CleanTechnica]

Agrivoltaics (Connexus image, cropped)

  • “£16 Billion Of Scottish Wind Blown Away: Green Power Is Going To Waste Because It Can’t Be Sent South Of Border” • The UK may be a wind super-power, but there is a problem because there are not enough cables to take renewable electricity from Scotland, where most of the windpower is produced, to England, where most of it is needed. [This is Money]
  • “Smart Siting Of Offshore Wind Protects Right Whales In Gulf of Maine” • The final Wind Energy Area identified for potential offshore wind development in the Gulf of Maine is principally located away from habitats of higher importance to endangered North Atlantic right whales. Smart siting will help the industry advance responsibly. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Tesla Seems To Be Focusing On National Park Access With Supercharger Network: Jennifer Sensiba” • In two other recent articles, I spotted some upcoming Tesla Supercharger stations that will greatly improve access to national parks. Now, after seeing a third, and then fourth, fifth, and sixth examples, I see a pattern in Tesla’s behavior. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Columbia University Senate Approves New Master Of Science In Climate Finance” • The University Senate approved a Master of Science program in climate finance, a collaboration between the Climate School and Business School. The University Senate passed the proposal with 63 votes in favor, zero opposed, and three abstentions. [Columbia Daily Spectator]

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