- “CEC Announces Nation’s First Incentive Project For Zero-Emission Truck And Bus Infrastructure” • During a virtual event, the California Energy Commission announced approval of a first-of-its-kind project to accelerate the deployment of the infrastructure needed to fuel zero-emission trucks, buses, and equipment. [CleanTechnica]
- “63% Of Europeans Living In Cities Support EU Ban On Petrol And Diesel Car Sales After 2030” • Almost two-thirds of urban residents support banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in Europe after 2030, according to a YouGov online poll in 15 European cities. A phase-out of fossil-fuel car sales is an option now before EU lawmakers. [CleanTechnica]
- “Vermont’s Lawson’s Finest Liquids Expands Renewable Energy Efforts With New Solar Canopy Project” • Lawson’s Finest Liquids unveiled plans for a 495-module solar canopy at its brewery and taproom in Waitsfield. Lawson’s Finest partnered with SunCommon on the project and expects it to be completed this summer. [Craft Brewing Business]
- “US Heads To China For Climate Talks Ahead Of Biden Summit” • US envoy John Kerry is heading to Shanghai ahead of a climate summit President Joe Biden will host. The US wants China to stop building coal-fired power plants. China wants the US to give more cash to developing countries to obtain clean technology and adapt to climate change. [BBC]
- “Estonia, Denmark Sign Largest Renewable Energy Agreement In Baltics” • Estonia and Denmark have signed a 10-year power purchase agreement that secures the equivalent of about half of Estonia’s annual electricity consumption in renewable energy. The agreement is for 3.8 TWh of renewable energy over 10 years starting in 2023. [news | ERR]
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