Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

June 13 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “US DOE Welcomes New Round Of Innovative Leaders To Peer-Learning Cohorts On Emerging Clean Energy Strategies” • The US DOE announced a new round of leaders from 45 entities that will collaborate on common clean energy opportunities and challenges through the Clean Energy to Communities program’s peer-learning cohorts. [CleanTechnica]

Bean harvest (Werner Slocum, NREL)

  • “DTEK, GE Vernova Sign Wind Power MOU” • DTEK Group announced that it signed a memorandum of understanding with GE Vernova to work on wind power projects in Ukraine and the EU. They will also explore modernizing Ukraine’s electricity grid to enhance reliability, minimize energy losses, and create a more flexible future-proofed network. [reNews]
  • “EU Threatens To Hike Tariffs On Imports Of Chinese Electric Cars, Escalating Trade Spat ” • The EU moved to hike tariffs on Chinese EVs, escalating a trade dispute over Beijing’s subsidies for the exports that Brussels worries is hurting domestic car makers. Chinese car makers face duties of as much as 38%, up from the current level of 10%. [ABC News]
  • “Ørsted Starts Up 518-MW Texas Hybrid” • Ørsted achieved full commercial operation at the Helena Energy Center, a 518-MW combined wind and solar project in Texas. The Helena Energy Center, in Bee County, comprises the 268-MW Helena wind farm and the 250-MW Sparta solar farm. It has secured contracts with multiple corporate off-takers. [reNews]
  • “This Coal-Heavy Rural Co-Op Utility Is Buying Its First Solar Plants” • Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, one of the largest rural cooperative utilities in the US, rolled out a set of clean energy commitments it says will deliver 50% renewable electricity by the end of 2025, up from 33% in 2023. It is buying two large solar projects. [Canary Media]

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