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New Energy Economy #6

On storage: a first for offshore wind, Puerto Rico wants a lot of it, and Google's melting salt to pr

New Energy Economy

June 27 · Issue #6 · View online
Transformations in clean energy

On storage: a first for offshore wind, Puerto Rico wants a lot of it, and Google’s melting salt to provide it. EVs: incentive limits are approaching for Tesla and GM, electric bus sales surge, and CATL’s huge IPO shows Chinese dominance in battery production. Thermal: Coal continues its slow steady decline, and oil gets volatile as Trump threatens Iran. We’re back!

Thirteen Stories
New Jersey Is Now The United States' Hottest Clean Energy Economy
Equinor has installed Batwind - the world’s first battery for offshore wind
Puerto Rico just asked for enough batteries to supply 5% of its peak electricity — Quartz
The public health benefits of adding offshore wind to the grid
Alphabet is in talks to spin out its molten-salt storage play
U.S. disrupts oil market with tough Iran stance
As North Sea Oil Wanes, Removing Abandoned Rigs Stirs Controversy
Coal's Back in the Doldrums in America's Electricity Mix
Summer, halts at mines hurt coal
Pushback from the big boys against U.S. coal bailout campaign
Tesla And GM Close To Capping Out On EV Tax Incentives
E-Buses to Surge Even Faster Than EVs as Conventional Vehicles Fade
China’s ambition to power the world’s electric cars took a huge leap forward this week
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