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September 22 Green Energy News


  • “New York Times Gets Big, Red ‘F’ On Germany’s Renewable Energy Transition” The New York Times has gone and published a horrible (horrible!), myth-filled article on Germany’s renewable energy transition. It needs to be dealt with. [CleanTechnica]


  • India will build the world’s largest solar project in the western state of Rajasthan. The project will have a capacity of 4,000 MW. [SahilOnline]
  • The world’s largest solar park in Rajasthan is just a small part of bigger plan of the Prime Minister’s Office, to target the arid regions of Rajasthan and Gujarat to produce 300,000 MW electricity — about the amount India consumed in 2012 — over the next decade. [Indian Express]


  • Under its new solar and wind deals, Connecticut is going to get a whole lot more renewable energy, and in line with the falling costs for wind and solar that have been happening lately, the state is not going to have to pay a whole lot for it. [EarthTechling]
  • Michigan is on track to meet its 2015 renewable energy mandate but is capable of more, according to a draft report from the state. The findings are part of a research effort studying whether to require expanded use of wind, sun and other renewable sources. [CBS Local]
  • The US EPA reported a record pace for year-to-date production of biodiesel. During August, there were 148 million gallons of biodiesel and 30 million of renewable diesel produced, for a total of over a billion gallons for the year, and setting a new record. [The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines]


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