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September 25 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
25 Sep 2017 at 6:15am

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Israel?s supply of natural gas has been halted after a crack was discovered in the single pipeline linking the Tamar field to Israeli users. The fault in a pipe at a processing platform forced the Tamar partners to stop supplies of natural gas, which is used to generate more than half of Israel?s [...]

September 24 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
24 Sep 2017 at 5:07am

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The world?s periglacial zones, home to nearly all of the world?s permafrost, will ?almost completely disappear? by the year 2100 even in the most optimistic of scenarios about greenhouse gas emissions reductions, a study says. As all that permafrost melts, vast quantities of methane and carbon dioxide will be released. [CleanTechnica]

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September 23 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
23 Sep 2017 at 5:34am

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“US Solar Industry Could Be Devastated By Today?s Tariffs Ruling ? May Lead To Crushing Tariffs” ? The US International Trade Commission granted a petition for relief from cheaper imported solar panels by two bankrupt US manufacturers. But the remedy will likely mean tariffs that are job-crushing for solar installers. [CleanTechnica]

Solar [...]

September 22 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
22 Sep 2017 at 4:53am

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Hurricane Maria has dealt a new blow to Puerto Rico’s bankrupt electric company – causing widespread power outages and imposing costly repairs on a utility that was already struggling with more than $9 billion in debt, poor service and sky-high rates. Puerto Rico’s electric rates are already more than twice the national average. [...]

September 21 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
21 Sep 2017 at 5:11am

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Every General Motors manufacturing plant in Ohio and Indiana will now be completely powered by wind energy thanks to a 200-MW power purchase agreement. The automaker is now the sole user of the 100-MW Northwest Ohio Wind Farm, and another 100 MW will come from the HillTopper Wind Project in Illinois. [Power Engineering [...]

September 20 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
20 Sep 2017 at 5:18am

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“Clean Energy Is America?s Next Frontier & Path to a Safer Climate” ? A new report from the NRDC shows how the United States can meet our short- and long-term climate goals relying primarily on today?s proven clean energy solutions ? and with tremendous climate and health benefits that far surpass the cost. [...]

New Hampshire sports 3+2 National Drive Electric Week events!
by Michelle Harrison
19 Sep 2017 at 9:58pm

By Randy Bryan

2017 Drive Electric Week at Red Hook Brewery. Courtesy photo.

Three NH towns hosted National Drive Electric Week events last week, plus a combined NH-VT event held in VT and a spin-off event in the Seacoast. These were organized by local electric vehicles supporters, with Drive Electric NH offering some coordinating [...]

September 19 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
19 Sep 2017 at 4:46am

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While politicians elsewhere waffle on climate change, officials in Los Angeles are tackling the problem head on with a radical plan to lower the temperature of the city. Mayor Eric Garcetti intends to cut the average temperature in LA by 3 F over the next two decades. As part of that effort, LA [...]

September 18 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
18 Sep 2017 at 5:22am

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“Scientific models saved lives from Harvey and Irma. They can from climate change too.” ? The impacts of hurricanes Harvey and Irma were blunted because weather models accurately predicted the hurricane paths days in advance. Scientific models for climate change use the same core physics as those for weather prediction. [The Guardian] [...]

September 17 Green Energy News
by George Harvey
17 Sep 2017 at 4:41am

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A survey of 903 Canadian vertebrate species spanning over four decades has found that half are in serious population decline. Declining species lost a total of 83% of their numbers between 1970 and 2014, says the report from the World Wildlife Fund. Causes include pollution, climate change, habitat loss, and invasive species. [...]

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