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May 26 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “World’s First Hydrogen-Powered Yacht Set To Compete In The Ocean Race” • Phil Sharp, inventor of the Hydrogen Power Module and co-founder of Genevos, a leading developer of marine fuel cell systems, plans to compete in The Ocean Race with the world’s first hydrogen-powered racing boat, showcasing benefits of renewable energy. [Interesting Engineering]

Volvo Ocean Race (Maurits & Marjol, CC-BY-SA 2.0, cropped)

  • “Is The Chevy Equinox The Affordable EV We’ve Been Waiting For?” • Paul Fosse: “I think Chevy has a winner on its hands with the Equinox EV 1LT, which has an amazing value. I think the higher trims may have to offer some incentives to gain share in this ultra-competitive segment, since Tesla, Hyundai, and Kia offer compelling vehicles for similar prices.” [CleanTechnica]
  • “New Solar Will Help Keep Power On During Scorching Summer, Report Says” • NOAA says there’s a 99% chance that 2024 will rank among the five warmest years on record. Analysis by the North American Electric Reliability Corp painted a rosier picture than last year’s report, however, partly because of solar power development. [Louisiana Illuminator]
  • “Bill McKibben Thinks Climate Change Is The Key To A Biden Win In November” • Bill McKibben, the committed climate activist who has been educating us about the dangers of climate change for decades, has some advice for Joe Biden as the next presidential campaign heats up: Hit the topic of climate change early and often. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Redwood Partners with Ultium Cells” • Redwood’s process involves sourcing end-of-life batteries, production scrap, and raw materials, then recycling, refining, and remanufacturing these feedstocks into critical battery materials for North American cell manufacturers at gigafactory-scale. Redwood is now working with Ultium Cells LLC. [CleanTechnica]

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