- “Using The International Space Station To Study Earth’s Climate And Keep Our Planet Safe” • On Earth, we often look toward the sky longing to know what resides in the rest of the universe; meanwhile, 250 miles above us, the International Space Station is looking back, helping to provide unique insights to keep our planet safe. [SciTechDaily]
- “Germany Plans To Invest Over €8 Billion In 62 Large-Scale Hydrogen Projects” • Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economics and the Federal Ministry of Transport selected 62 large-scale hydrogen projects, which are to be state-funded as part of a joint European hydrogen project. The funding, €8 billion, is made up of federal and state funds. [Green Car Congress]
- “Rental Efficiency Standards: A Win For Equity And Climate” • Rental buildings use, on average, 20% more energy per square foot than owner-occupied homes. Landlords have little incentive to improve home efficiency when they do not pay energy bills, and tenants have little incentive to invest in their homes. But the problem can be addressed. [CleanTechnica]
- “Paris Climate Accord And Net Zero By 2050 Goals In Jeopardy – Nations To Issue New Urgent Call To Action” • Recognizing that efforts to reach Paris Climate Accord goals are in jeopardy in part because of the recent boom in e-commerce and resulting transport sector growth, multiple nations will issue a collective urgent call to action. [CleanTechnica]
- “Ford And Sunrun Team Up To Make V2H Technology A Reality. Is V2G Next?” • Ford has teamed up with Sunrun to make vehicle-to-home technology available to people who buy F-150 Lightning electric pickup trucks. Sunrun says it will “facilitate easy installation of the 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro and home integration system.” [CleanTechnica]
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