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September 5 Energy News

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Science and Technology:

¶ Climate warming can reduce the number of plant species in the tundra, but plant-eating animals, such as reindeer and voles, can change the effect, according to a study published in Nature Communications. Reindeer eat tall and wide-leaved plants, increasing light availability so more plant species can grow together. [Science Daily]

Reindeer grazing in tundra (Credit: Elina Kaarlejärvi)

World:

¶ The Dutch Ministry of Economy said it has selected 4,386 PV projects with a total capacity of 2,353 MW in its current round of renewable energy biding. The total capacity of the round is 3,212 MW. The remainder includes 643 MW of wind projects, 110 MW of biomass projects, 50 MW of geothermal projects, and 52 MW of other technologies. [pv magazine]

¶ Work has been completed on the new hydroelectric power plant on the River Thames at Sandford. It cost more than £3…

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