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June 5 Green Energy News

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“Texas Passes Reforms To Winterize Power Infrastructures” • Texas lawmakers completed the final version of Senate Bill 3, in response to the outages that resulted during the deadly February winter storms. It aims to bolster Texas’ electricity infrastructure and require power plants to be prepared for extreme weather conditions. [Engineering News-Record]

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June 4 Green Energy News

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“Conservationists Are Planting The Seeds Of History’s ‘Biggest Ecological Turnaround’ In Maine Forest” • An orchard in coastal Maine is one of three where researchers have planted what could be the forest of the future. But what makes that future different is that it contains the next wave of American chestnut trees – […]

June 3 Green Energy News

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“Seaweed Can Restore Ocean Dead Zones Caused By Nutrient Run Off” • Fertilizer from US farms washes down rivers and causes the algae blooms that lead to dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico. Researchers at the University of California Santa Barbara say seaweed could soak up lots of the phosphorous and nitrogen, […]

June 2 Green Energy News

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“Rivian Selects Underwriters For IPO That Could Reach A $70 Billion Valuation” • Electric pickup maker Rivian will be working with Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, and Goldman Sachs Group on their IPO, according to Bloomberg. Inside sources have said that Rivian could be seeking a valuation of about $70 billion when it goes […]

June 1 Green Energy News

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“Blimps May Be The Key To Low-Carbon Short-Range Air Travel” • According to The Guardian, Hybrid Air Vehicles, based in the UK, wants to change air travel by ferrying people between cities that are up to 300 miles apart with its Airlander 10 blimps. Here are a few reasons a blimp might be […]

May 31 Green Energy News

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“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 […]

May 30 Green Energy News

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“Fisker To Build An Ocean Popemobile” • Pope Francis will probably beat every head of state to an all-electric jalopy to move him about his official functions in St Peter’s. He is getting the Fisker version of the Popemobile, a modified Fisker Ocean, which will have carpets made from recycled plastic bottles from […]

May 29 Green Energy News

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“Climate Change-Resistant Corals Could Provide Lifeline To Battered Reefs” • Corals that withstood a severe bleaching event and were transplanted to a different reef maintained their resilient qualities, according to a study that was published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The finding offers hope for recovery of reefs. […]

May 28 Green Energy News

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“Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Bill From US Senate Finance Committee Looks Great” • Let’s look at how the bill that has moved through the US Senate Finance Committee. It extends the tax credit until 50% of vehicles are electric. It opens the tax credit up so people who owe little or nothing can […]

May 27 Green Energy News

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“Electric Buses Get Solar Charging And Battery Backup On Martha’s Vineyard” • The Vineyard Transportation Authority announced it will add four electric buses to its fleet, bringing the total to 16, or 50% of its fleet. But what is most newsworthy about the VTA electric bus program is that it will use electricity […]