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July 25 Green Energy News

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“Sunday, July 21, 2024 Was The Hottest Day Ever Recorded” • Copernicus Climate Change Service said July 21, 2024 was the hottest day on Earth since at least 1940, with the global average at 17.09°C. The record is only a tiny bit hotter than the previous record of July 2023, but this […]

July 24 Green Energy News

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“Fourteen Countries In The World Get Almost All Of Their Electricity From Renewables” • Since 2020, fourteen countries have consistently generated over 95% renewable electricity, according to Ember’s Yearly electricity data. In eight of these countries, electricity has been almost entirely renewable-based for over twenty years. [Our World in Data]

July 23 Green Energy Newss

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“Holy Cross Energy Well On The Way To Getting 90% Of Its Electricity From Renewable Sources” • Holy Cross Energy has pledged to get 95% to 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030. The electric cooperative seems to be ahead of schedule. CEO Bryan Hannegan said by the end of […]

July 22 Green Energy News

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“Where Kamala Harris Stands On Green New Deal And Climate Initiatives” • Vice President Kamala Harris has thrown her hat in the ring for the 2024 presidential race with President Joe Biden’s endorsement, following his announcement that he’s stepping aside. Harris said she will make the climate crisis a top national security priority. […]

July 21 Green Energy News

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“2024 Could Be World’s Hottest Year As June Breaks Records” • Last month could be the hottest June on record. Every month since June 2023 has ranked as the planet’s hottest since records began, compared with the corresponding month in previous years, the EU’s Copernicus Climate Change Service said in a monthly […]

July 20 Green Energy News

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“Grid Backlog Drives Innovative Approaches In Brazil” • Grid connection queues in Brazil are offering new opportunities for energy storage and hybrid systems and opening new energy business models. Renewables companies are adding solar and batteries to their wind power sites to use existing transmission capacity. [pv magazine International]

Solar […]

July 19 Green Energy News

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“176-MW NZ Array Hits Full Power” • New Zealand’s 176-MW Harapaki wind farm is fully operational, having been delivered within a month of its original completion date and inside its $448 million capital forecast. It is the country’s second-largest onshore array and is able to produce enough electricity to power 70,000 average […]

July 18 Green Energy News

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“King’s Speech Launches GB Energy And Takes Leash Off Crown Estate For Offshore Wind” • King Charles III set out in Parliament the legislative agenda of the Labour government led by Keir Starmer, whose party swept to victory on the back of a highly ambitious pledge to kick fossil fuels off the UK […]

July 17 Green Energy News

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“Modern Hurricanes Are Rewriting The Rules Of Extreme Storms” • Hurricanes are fuelled by heat from ocean waters. Ocean temperatures are now breaking all records, and these “engines” are responding accordingly, cutting different paths across the ocean, slowing down, and becoming less predictable and more dangerous. [BBC]

Hurricane Beryl (Matthew […]

July 16 Green Energy News

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“Brazil’s Green Power Surge Leads G20 With 89% Renewable Electricity” • In a world where sustainable energy is gaining prominence, Brazil stands out as a shining example. According to the latest findings from the energy think tank Ember, Brazil achieved an astounding 89% of its electricity generation from renewable sources in 2023. […]