Hi Everyone,

Here is your weekly roundup of renewable energy articles that we have been reading:

Nonfossil Fuel Energy Sources Accounted for 21% of U.S. Energy Consumption in 2022

Key Takeaway: Renewable Energy sources continue to make progress in the U.S.

UN body calls for more investment in renewable energy for developing states

Key Takeaway: To reach its climate goals, a report shows that developing countries need renewable energy investments of about $1.7 Trillion annually.

In New York State, Socialists have won a landmark victory for green jobs and clean public power.

Key Takeaway: The Build Public Renewables Act (BPRA) allows the future of the state’s renewable energy transition into the hand’s of the people through the state’s public power authority (NYPA).

New Iceland Tech Shakes Up Global Geothermal Energy

Key Takeaway: Geothermal technology and know-how is trying to be exported to many developing countries, but continual investment in the technology is going to be needed to expand its reach. Ultimately, the renewable energy sources that receive the best funding are going to have the best chances in the long run.

How Amazon’s solar and wind projects are supporting local communities across the Southeastern U.S.

Key Takeaway: Amazon is the largest corporate purchase of renewable energy globally, and they are on a path to using 100% renewable energy by 2025.