Five Stories: “Right now, wind power is a viable climate solution for the U.S. and the world”
- At Clean Technica, Chris Brown of Vestas North America argues: “In December, the world turns its attention to the COP 21 summit in Paris, which focuses intently on climate and energy security. As a low-cost, clean energy choice that’s in demand and available today, wind should hold center stage at the summit. Right now, wind power is a viable climate solution for the U.S. and the world. It is also an engine for jobs and economic growth.”
- David Roberts of Vox explains that “electric cars really are cleaner,” and they are also “the future” of transportation.
- Greentech Media profiles Fluidic Energy, “the Biggest Zinc-Air Battery Startup You Haven’t Heard Of.”
- Midwest Energy News reports, “By early 2016, the country’s tallest onshore wind-turbine tower — and one of only a very few made from concrete rather than steel — will be operating on a wind farm in southwestern Iowa, according to an announcement today by MidAmerican Energy.”
- RenewEconomy reports, “Australia remains open to including an option to tighten the global climate target to a maximum 1.5°C warming above pre-industrial levels, and may also support a long-term goal for the world to be ‘carbon neutral’ by 2050.”
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