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March 31 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Scientists To Biden: Reduce Emissions 50% Below 2005 Levels By 2030” • Over 1,000 scientists, including Dr Michael Mann, signed a letter urging President Joe Biden to pursue a “robust target” of reducing the nation’s “emissions by at least 50% below 2005 levels by 2030 and transitioning to a net-zero emissions economy no later than 2050.” [Common Dreams]

Dr Michael Mann (Greg Grieco, CC-BY-SA 3.0, cropped)

  • “Ørsted To Develop Dutch-Flemish Green Hydrogen Plant” • Ørsted is to develop a renewable hydrogen plant to be linked to industrial demand in the Netherlands and Belgium. It will be one of the world’s largest of its type, with GW-scale electrolysis to supply industrial demand in the Dutch-Flemish North Sea Ports with hydrogen created by the wind. [reNEWS]
  • “‘Immediate And Drastic.’ The Climate Crisis Is Seriously Spooking Economists” • According to a survey from the Institute for Policy Integrity at the NYU School of Law, 74% of economists agree “immediate and drastic” action is warranted to curb CO₂ emissions. That’s up sharply from 50% in 2015. The change is based on clearly increasing impacts. [CNN]
  • “World Powers Race To Develop ‘Green’ Hydrogen” • “Green” hydrogen produced without fossil fuel energy is seen as the missing link in the race for carbon-neutrality: The world’s richest countries have various strategies. Some would produce it using electricity from solar and wind. Others plan to use electricity from nuclear plants. [EURACTIV.com]
  • “Republican Lawmakers Take Aim At Arizona Renewable Energy Standards” • As states in the West beef up their renewable energy requirements, the push in Arizona has been met by fierce resistance from the GOP-dominated Legislature and Republican governor. Instead, they want to strip elected utility regulators of their power to set energy policy. [KTAR.com]

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