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April 29 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Offshore Wind Energy Tender To Power Denmark’s Entire Electricity Demand” • Denmark has launched a major tender for offshore wind energy that could provide all of the country’s electricity. Denmark announced an offshore wind tender that could award up to 10 GW – more than enough for the nation’s entire population. [Innovation News Network]

Ørsted wind turbine (Ørsted image)

  • “Is Your Bank Financing Fossil Fuel Companies? This App Lets You Find Out” • We Don’t Have Time is an organization whose mission is to wake us all from our reverie in which we assume that someone, somewhere will find a solution for global warming and save us from having to do much of anything to avoid a sixth extinction event. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Neoen To Build 341-MW Oz Battery” • Neoen was awarded a 300-MW, four-hour capacity services contract by the Australian Energy Market Operator in a competitive tender initiated by the Western Australian Coordinator of Energy. The service will be delivered by Stage 2 of Collie Battery sized at 341 MW and 1363 MWh, with 348 Tesla Megapack 2 XL units. [reNews]
  • “What’s Going On With Aptera And The Emirates?” • Jennifer Sensiba: It’s no secret that Aptera has been seeking funding for production for years. Sadly, the company is not very open about what is going on with it. We can hope that Aptera finally found the investor or investors it was looking for. I want to see it do well, but we don’t know. [CleanTechnica]
  • “NREL Keeps Getting Greener” • Three National Renewable Energy Laboratory labs won “green” certifications by My Green Lab late last year, after extensive evaluation of their procedures, equipment, operations, and waste. My Green Lab Certification is recognized by the UN Race to Zero campaign as the benchmark for sustainable research operations. [CleanTechnica]

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