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March 19 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “2020 US Power Report Card: Solar And Wind Getting High Scores” • Government data shows that renewable resources surpassed coal in 2020 to become the third-largest source of US electricity. Continuing promising trends from 2019, solar and wind energy made strong gains, and there was a steep reduction in power sector pollution. [CleanTechnica]

Solar array (Image courtesy of Array Technologies)

  • “Report Finds That ‘Advanced’ Nuclear Reactor Designs Are No Better Than Current Reactors – And Some Are Worse” • A report by the Union of Concerned Scientists analyzed the designs of a number of “advanced” nuclear reactors being developed. It says that they are no better, and in some respects significantly worse, than what we have. [Union of Concerned Scientists]
  • “Two Bills Introduced In Congress To Address Abandoned Mine Lands” • The RECLAIM Act and a bill to reauthorize the Abandoned Mine LandFund were reintroduced in the US House by Rep Matt Cartwright (D-PA). These bills, if passed, would provide an immediate economic boost by employing thousands of people across the country. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Apple Says Its $4.7 Billion Green Bonds Will Create 1.2 GW Of Renewable Power” • Apple added 350 MW of renewable capacity in 2020, due to projects in its planned $4.7 billion Green Bond program, according to a report on its investor site. All told, the Bond program is due to generate 1.2 GW of wind and solar power around the world. [DatacenterDynamics]
  • “EPA Relaunches Climate Change Website Previously Modified By Trump Administration” • The EPA announced that it has relaunched its climate change website as part of efforts by the Biden administration to tackle the climate crisis. The Trump administration had changed various EPA websites to remove language about climate change. [CNN]

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