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June 3 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Mexico Elects Claudia Sheinbaum As The Country’s First-Ever Female President” • A left-leaning climate scientist, Claudia Sheinbaum, has secured enough votes to become Mexico’s first-ever female president. Sheinbaum had previously worked as a contributing author to a report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. [CNBC]

Claudia Sheinbaum (Claudia Shein, public domain)

  • “South Australia Is Turning To Solar Energy For Its Economic Survival” • Australia is rapidly developing its solar generating capacity and gaining support from landowners all across the country. In South Australia’s Riverland region, many landowners are finding it extremely difficult to earn revenue from land on which nothing will grow. []
  • “EU Wind, Solar Grow 65% In Four Years” • Since the current European Commission took office in 2019, EU wind and solar capacity has grown by 65%, adding 188 GW, displacing fossil fuel generation, and driving down emissions, according to analysis from Ember. Solar capacity has grown even faster, up 113% to 257 GW, Ember found. [reNews]
  • “California Wildfires Altering Ecosystems, Disrupting Wildlife Habitats” • US forest fires are becoming more intense, frequent, and widespread, climate scientists and wildfire experts said in a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The fires that burned large swaths of land in California are reshaping wildlife ecosystems. [ABC News]
  • “Solar Passes 100% of Power Demand in California! [UPDATE]” • For 55 days in a row, electricity from solar, wind, and water power exceeded 100% of power demand on California’s main grid for part of the day. Also, going back further, that has been achieved in 80 out of the last 87 days. That is since early March, late winter. [CleanTechnica]

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