January 27 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • On January 20, 2017 – the National Day of Patriotic Devotion by order of President Donald Trump – the US Navy posted a rousing endorsement of renewable energy on its Task Force Energy Facebook page. Non-fossil sources now supply 60% of the Navy’s onshore energy demand, and it is proud about the money it saves as a result. [CleanTechnica]
Navy Facebook posting screenshot

Navy Facebook posting screenshot

  • Eos Energy Storage announced a partnership with Siemens on storage solutions. The Eos Aurora 1000│4000, a 1-MW|4-MWh DC battery system, is being sold at $160 per usable kWh for the full DC system with performance guarantees that support up to 20 years of continuous operation with low maintenance. [Windpower Engineering]
  • 2016 was the hottest year in 137 years of record keeping and the third year in a row to take the number one slot, a mark of how much the world has warmed over the last century because of human activities, NASA and NOAA announced. They made the joint announcement as Cabinet confirmations of climate skeptics continue. [CleanTechnica]
  • According to the latest figures released by the Department of Energy, solar energy employed 374,000 people over the year 2015-2016. That’s 43% of the Electric Power Generation sector’s workforce, much more than the 187,117 (22%) that organizations that burn fossil fuels like oil, gas, and coal for electricity employ. [ZME Science]
  • Republican governors of states in the Midwest are prioritizing economic growth and job creation by accelerating investments in energy efficiency and renewable energy. Since the November election, leaders in Illinois, Ohio, and Michigan have adopted new policies that help tackle climate change and grow the clean energy economy. [Environmental Defense Fund]

For more news, please visit geoharvey – Daily News about Energy and Climate Change.

 

January 27 Green Energy News posted first on Green Energy Times

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