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May 23 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Berlin’s Oldest Passenger Vessel Enters A New Green Era Powered By Torqeedo” • The historic vessel Kaiser Friedrich was built in 1886. The 30-meter steamship has returned to service in central Berlin. In a bid to preserve its legacy, its owners refitted the historic vessel with a modern, emission-free electric drive system by Torqeedo. [CleanTechnica]

Kaiser Friedrich (Image from Torqeedo)

  • “Entergy Louisiana Approved For ‘historic’ 3-GW Of Solar Development” • Entergy Louisiana’s proposal to add up to 3 GW of economic solar power to its generation portfolio has been approved by the Louisiana Public Service Commission, marking what the utility calls the largest renewable power expansion in the state’s history. [Power Engineering]
  • “Draft National Targets Put EU Just Short Of REPowerEU” • National Energy and Climate Plans are the principal documents produced by EU Member States to detail their climate targets. National ambition is nearing what’s needed for the EU’s energy targets, but a further push is needed to close the remaining gap and accelerate deployment. [Ember]
  • “US Investing $3.8 Billion To Meet India’s Renewable Energy, Infrastructure Goals” • US Ambassador Eric Garcetti said the US International Development Finance Corporation is investing $3.8 billion to meet India’s renewable energy and infrastructure goals. He said the US is also supporting agricultural, healthcare, and financial services. [The News Mill]
  • “Judge Rules Exxon Can Sue Activist Shareholder Over Climate Proposal” • A federal judge in Texas said Exxon Mobil can sue to bar a climate change proposal from an activist investor, in a case that raised concerns about future shareholder resolutions. The proposal for the annual shareholder meeting calls for quicker carbon dioxide emissions reductions. [CNBC]

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