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June 7 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Will Tesla’s $1 Billion Investment In Australian Minerals Inspire Australia To Start Refining Its Own Lithium With Renewables” • Recently, Tesla announced that it will spend $1 billion or more on Australian minerals, and Tesla’s Chair Robyn Denholm spoke about how her home country processes lithium. It doesn’t. That could be changed. [CleanTechnica]

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  • “Grid-Scale US Energy Storage Capacity Could Grow Five-Fold By 2050” • In the latest report from the Storage Futures Study, NREL analysts describe significant market potential for utility-scale diurnal storage (up to 12 hours) in the US power system through 2050. They found that storage could show a five-fold increase from today’s total. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Climate Change Increases Extreme Rainfall And The Chance Of Floods” • An international research team has concluded that increases in extreme rainfall and its flooding are projected to continue as global temperatures keep rising. Limiting warming to 1.5°C will help limit changes in extreme rainfall, though some adaptations will still be required. [EurekAlert!]
  • “Nuclear Subsidies May Slow Transition To Clean Energy, Advocates Say” • Many activists, scientists, and lawmakers agree that nuclear energy, which provides one fifth of power in the US, is by definition not “clean,” given that spent fuel is radioactive and dangerous for thousands of years. And supporting it will slow down the transition to renewable energy. [Truthout]
  • “Danone Takes A Stand For Regenerative Agriculture And Shares Its Journey” • Danone, the parent company of Dannon, Silk, Activia, Evian, and others, tweeted about acting towards a healthier, more sustainable food system. It said regenerative agriculture can play a key role in fighting climate change while creating more inclusive societies. [CleanTechnica]

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