Discussion:
Cal got 60% of elec demand from renewables over weekend
(too old to reply)
M***@kymhorsell.com
2019-03-19 10:31:20 UTC
Permalink
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Assaad Razzouk @AssaadRazzouk 19 Mar 2019 06:29Z
At 2:45 PM last Sat, utility-scale #solar alone was meeting 59% of
total electricity demand in California - and it's not even summer yet
Because 100% renewables is cost-effective, feasible and brings massive
health and environmental benefits buff.ly/2WbFlL4 pic.twitter.com/Npif7btAT1

--
Upcoming events:
08 Apr 2019 2019Q1 $bn disasters NOAA

The disconnect between the Trump administration and reality on climate
change keeps growing
Philip Bump, The Washington Post

'It's over': Miami Beach tries to outrace climate change's rising seas
David Knowles, Yahoo News

I see how climate change will lead to conflict in my home country, Nigeria
Nnimmo Bassey, The Guardian

What Norway's big divestment decision means for fracking, tar sands
and global oil exploration
Justin Mikulka, DeSmog UK

New wave of superyachts go green for blue planet
Graeme Paton, The Times

`One chance at survival': Jay Inslee is running for president to fight
climate change
Josh Wood, The Guardian

Offshore windfarm development: bigger, better, cheaper
Paul Brown, The Guardian

Comment: The BBC broke more than its editorial guidelines in inviting
a climate science denier to discuss the school strikes
Mike Small, DeSmog UK

Not trusting FEMA's flood maps, more hurricane-hit cities set their own rules
James Bruggers, InsideClimate News

Coal producers battle to keep UK mining industry alive
Chris Tighe, Financial Times

Australia: Toyota's Altona site to become hydrogen production and
refuelling centre
Katharine Murphy, The Guardian

DC moves closer to climate lawsuit against Exxon
Miranda Green, The Hill

How PG&E overlooked wildfire risks in favour of its bottom line
Ivan Penn, Peter Eavis and James Glanz, The New York Times

Opec and Russia plan to stick with oil supply cuts in 2019
Nastassia Astrasheuskaya, Financial Times

Trump and Republicans are isolated on climate change
Amy Harder, Axios

Climate strikes: researcher explains how young people can keep up the momentum
Harriet Thew, The Conversation

Rule maker declares emissions and energy must be considered together
Cole Latimer, Sydney Morning Herald

Tourists are flocking to locations threatened by climate change. That
only makes things worse.
Aditi Shrikant, Vox

Oil major Eni sets out #3bn 'net zero' carbon emissions plan
Michael Holder, BusinessGreen

Al Jazeera Weather @AJEWeather 19 Mar 2019 05:28Z
Six US states reeling as rivers rise to record levels aje.io/v5dg7

Corn crops replace rice in Riverina cropping programs
ABC/NSW Country Hour, 19 Mar 2019 07:24Z
Maize crops are popping up in the Riverina this summer as many traditional
rice growers opt to trial the crop in a season of low water allocations.

kees van deelen @keesvandeelen 19 Mar 2019 09:04Z
Measures from the #climate agreement in #Nethertlands generate 7 times more
jobs than lost in fossile industry. #klimaatakkoord #neweconomy @TNO_pers
pic.twitter.com/Ooy55ER9Zi

Coal export fears resurface as restrictions hit more Chinese ports and
Australian prices cop a 'belting'
ABC News, 19 Mar 2019 05:22Z
Is it a targeted policy to restrict imports, or "business as usual"?
Analysts are divided about China's treatment of Australian thermal coal.

BHP Group Ltd
ASX: BHP - 19 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
37.59 AUD +0.61 (1.65%) *** up 1.7% ***

Royal Dutch Shell Plc
ETR: R6C - 19 Mar, 10:39 am GMT+1
28.39 EUR +0.15 (0.53%) up

Woodside Petroleum Limited
ASX: WPL - 19 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
35.45 AUD +0.17 (0.48%) up

Gazprom PAO
MCX: GAZP - 19 Mar, 12:53 pm GMT+3
155.41 RUB -0.43 (0.28%) down

NK Rosneft' PAO
MCX: ROSN - 19 Mar, 12:53 pm GMT+3
397.30 RUB -1.70 (0.43%) down

Whitehaven Coal Ltd
ASX: WHC - 19 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
4.14 AUD -0.16 (3.72%) *** down 3.7% ***
Bret Cahill
2019-03-19 15:10:20 UTC
Permalink
Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
To be fair to deniers, I miscalculated horribly on the "Speed of Green."
Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
At 2:45 PM last Sat, utility-scale #solar alone was meeting 59% of
total electricity demand in California - and it's not even summer yet
Because 100% renewables is cost-effective, feasible and brings massive
health and environmental benefits buff.ly/2WbFlL4 pic.twitter.com/Npif7btAT1
--
08 Apr 2019 2019Q1 $bn disasters NOAA
The disconnect between the Trump administration and reality on climate
change keeps growing
Philip Bump, The Washington Post
'It's over': Miami Beach tries to outrace climate change's rising seas
David Knowles, Yahoo News
I see how climate change will lead to conflict in my home country, Nigeria
Nnimmo Bassey, The Guardian
What Norway's big divestment decision means for fracking, tar sands
and global oil exploration
Justin Mikulka, DeSmog UK
New wave of superyachts go green for blue planet
Graeme Paton, The Times
`One chance at survival': Jay Inslee is running for president to fight
climate change
Josh Wood, The Guardian
Offshore windfarm development: bigger, better, cheaper
Paul Brown, The Guardian
Comment: The BBC broke more than its editorial guidelines in inviting
a climate science denier to discuss the school strikes
Mike Small, DeSmog UK
Not trusting FEMA's flood maps, more hurricane-hit cities set their own rules
James Bruggers, InsideClimate News
Coal producers battle to keep UK mining industry alive
Chris Tighe, Financial Times
Australia: Toyota's Altona site to become hydrogen production and
refuelling centre
Katharine Murphy, The Guardian
DC moves closer to climate lawsuit against Exxon
Miranda Green, The Hill
How PG&E overlooked wildfire risks in favour of its bottom line
Ivan Penn, Peter Eavis and James Glanz, The New York Times
Opec and Russia plan to stick with oil supply cuts in 2019
Nastassia Astrasheuskaya, Financial Times
Trump and Republicans are isolated on climate change
Amy Harder, Axios
Climate strikes: researcher explains how young people can keep up the momentum
Harriet Thew, The Conversation
Rule maker declares emissions and energy must be considered together
Cole Latimer, Sydney Morning Herald
Tourists are flocking to locations threatened by climate change. That
only makes things worse.
Aditi Shrikant, Vox
Oil major Eni sets out #3bn 'net zero' carbon emissions plan
Michael Holder, BusinessGreen
Six US states reeling as rivers rise to record levels aje.io/v5dg7
Corn crops replace rice in Riverina cropping programs
ABC/NSW Country Hour, 19 Mar 2019 07:24Z
Maize crops are popping up in the Riverina this summer as many traditional
rice growers opt to trial the crop in a season of low water allocations.
Measures from the #climate agreement in #Nethertlands generate 7 times more
pic.twitter.com/Ooy55ER9Zi
Coal export fears resurface as restrictions hit more Chinese ports and
Australian prices cop a 'belting'
ABC News, 19 Mar 2019 05:22Z
Is it a targeted policy to restrict imports, or "business as usual"?
Analysts are divided about China's treatment of Australian thermal coal.
BHP Group Ltd
ASX: BHP - 19 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
37.59 AUD +0.61 (1.65%) *** up 1.7% ***
Royal Dutch Shell Plc
ETR: R6C - 19 Mar, 10:39 am GMT+1
28.39 EUR +0.15 (0.53%) up
Woodside Petroleum Limited
ASX: WPL - 19 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
35.45 AUD +0.17 (0.48%) up
Gazprom PAO
MCX: GAZP - 19 Mar, 12:53 pm GMT+3
155.41 RUB -0.43 (0.28%) down
NK Rosneft' PAO
MCX: ROSN - 19 Mar, 12:53 pm GMT+3
397.30 RUB -1.70 (0.43%) down
Whitehaven Coal Ltd
ASX: WHC - 19 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
4.14 AUD -0.16 (3.72%) *** down 3.7% ***
Loading...