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June 11 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Largest US Agrivoltaic Research Project Advances Renewable Energy While Empowering Local Farmers” • A study at Oregon State University estimated that converting 1% of US farmland to agrivoltaics would meet the nation’s renewable energy targets, save water, and create

    Agrivoltaics (Dennis Schroeder, NREL)

    a sustainable food system. A 1.2-MW solar farm in Colorado working on that. [Solar Power World]

  • “Enel Starts 716-MW Brazil Wind Farm Spinning” • Enel Green Power commissioned the Lagoa dos Ventos wind farm in Brazil. It is the largest wind farm operating in South America. Lagoa dos Ventos, which is now operating at full capacity, consists of 230 wind turbines. EGP is taking 510 MW of its 716-MW capacity, and the rest is going into the free market. [reNEWS]
  • “Lake Mead: Largest Us Reservoir Dips To Record Low” • The largest reservoir in the US has dipped to its lowest ever level, officials say, as an extreme drought continues in the region. The surface elevation of Lake Mead along the Arizona-Nevada border fell to 1,071.56 feet (326.6 metres) above sea level. It has sunk about 140 feet since 2000. [BBC]
  • “Virtual Design Tools Allow Cadillac Lyriq Production To Begin Nine Months Early” • Speaking to the International Motoring Press Association, Rory Harvey, vice president of global Cadillac, said production of the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq will begin in March 2022. That’s nine months sooner than originally planned, thanks to Virtual design and validation tools. [CleanTechnica]
  • “EPA Revives Climate Change Website, Adds ‘Indicators’ Data” • The EPA for the first time in four years has a webpage to guide the public on a range of information on climate change, it said. The climate change website includes information on greenhouse gas emissions data, climate change impacts, scientific reports and existing climate programs. [Coastal Review]

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