Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

April 6 Green Energy News

Headline News:

“$19 Million For Innovative Solar Panel Installation Over Canals” • The Interior Department announced a $19 million investment from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda to install solar panels over irrigation canals in California, Oregon, and Utah. This reduces evaporation of needed water while it increases clean energy. [CleanTechnica]

Solar […]

Seeking nominations for award-worthy energy efficiency programs

Does your organization operate an exemplary energy efficiency program? Do you know of an energy efficiency program that has achieved high participation rates, utility bill savings, better indoor air quality, job creation, or additional benefits? Do you believe this exemplary program deserves an award that can inspire other programs to replicate its success?

ACEEE […]

Geothermal Economics

Geothermal Economics — How To Leverage the Inflation Reduction Act How to navigate the IRA tax credits and incentives for GHPS. (Up to 50% for the installation of systems for commercial and 30% for homeowners and how to maximize accelerated depreciation deductions and gov’t rebates for nonprofits.

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Did Solar Power the Super Bowl?

From Inside Climate News Did Solar Power the Super Bowl? – KileyPrice -Inside Climate News – “The entire 1.8-million-square foot stadium is climate-controlled and boasts more than 2,200 screens for fans who don’t have a front-row seat to the action. Overall, Super Bowl Sunday festivities were projected to use up around 28 megawatt-hours of […]

Energy Secretary Granholm Focus on Cold Climate Heat Pumps in NH

Janet Granholm. (Alyson Fligg, Labor Department)

George Harvey

Janet Granholm, the U.S. Secretary of Energy, recently made her way to New Hampshire to talk with people about new cold-climate heat pumps. Her goal was to promote a switch away from fossil fuels and to heat pumps.

Some people might not […]

January 28 Green Energy News

Headline News:

“Booming Renewable Energy Generation Halves Wholesale Power Prices Across National Grid” • Rapid growth in renewable generation reduced the wholesale cost of power in Australia’s energy grid late last year, and it greatly reduced reliance on coal. Prices were down more than half in the final three months of 2023 compared to […]

End of Year Greeting from Green Energy Times

Climate-Related Damage Costs $16 Million per Hour on Average Globally, Study Estimates

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Paige Bennett

This article was originally printed by EcoWatch at bit.ly/ClimateDamage

Over the past 20 years, extreme weather events […]

COP 28: ON THE VERGE OF MAJOR PROGRESS, BUT HEADED FOR THE ROCKS

TAKING THE INITIATIVE: Carl Pope’s Blog

December 11, 2023 San Francisco, CA

As we head into its final week, COP28 risks running aground, distracted by disagreements – if important ones – over strategy in the 2040’s. Are we aiming to phase out fossil fuels or emissions from those fuels instead. What does the climate end […]