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April 26 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “India’s New Solar Installations Hit 6.2 GW In March” • Rystad Energy figures show India’s monthly installations of renewable energy surged to a record 7.1 GW in March 2024. The previous record was 3.5 GW, set in March 2022. More than 6.2 GW of the March 2024 total was solar capacity. That is over 80% of the 7.5 GW installed in all of 2023. [pv magazine International]

Solar plant in Gugarat (Citizenmj, CC-BY-SA 3.0)

  • “Electric Cars Are The Spawn Of The Devil, Ex-CIA Dude Tells Faux News” • If you are wondering where all the negativity about electric cars is coming from, you probably don’t spend every moment of the day filling your cranial cavity with detritus from Faux News. If you did, you would be treated to a constant barrage of stunningly stupid nonsense. [CleanTechnica]
  • “PG&E’s Electricity 100% Greenhouse Gas-Free, Utility Says” • One of the largest US utilities, PG&E is delivering electricity to its customers that is free of greenhouse gas emissions. In 2023, its electricity was 53% nuclear, 13% hydroelectric, and 34% solar, wind, and other renewable resources. GHG emissions reached record levels elsewhere. [Energy Digital Magazine]
  • “Renewable Energies Cover 56% Of Germany’s Q1 Electricity Consumption” • Renewable energies covered around 56% of electricity consumption in Germany in the first quarter of 2024, according to projections by the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg and the German Association of Energy and Water Industries. [Yahoo]
  • “Nearly $1 Billion In Grants To Invest In America’s Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicle Transition” • Competitive grants will be awarded by the EPA for projects that reduce climate and air pollution from heavy-duty vehicles, support good jobs, and improve air quality for communities, especially those burdened by air pollution. [CleanTechnica]

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