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POLITICO New York Energy: Coast Guard warning on wind farms; LED problems

07/12/2016 10:00 AM EDT

By David Giambusso and Scott Waldman

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COAST GUARD: WIND FARMS INCREASE RISK FOR SHIPS - Newsday's Mark Harrington: "The placement of large offshore wind farms along the Atlantic Ocean's outer continental shelf increases the risk of vessel collisions and could force ships to take less safe routes, a Coast Guard Study has found. Five years in the making, the Atlantic Coast Port Access Study was commissioned by the federal government as the Obama administration in 2009 expedited federal lease awards of stalled offshore wind projects along the Atlantic coast."

RUINING THE AMBIENCE - The New York Times' Matt A.V. Chaban: "From Windsor Terrace in Brooklyn to the West Village in Manhattan and Flushing in Queens, hundreds of grievances have flooded into official inboxes and switchboards as residents complain that the LEDs are harsh and hideous.'"


--National Grid has been told it must incorporate new controls into its Northport power station to reduce the plant's destruction of aquatic life by 85 percent.

--A leak of rainwater led to the shutdown of a New Jersey nuclear plant last week:

--Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation aimed at easing the process for municipalities to buy their own streetlights.

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FOSSIL FUEL INDUSTRY COULD LOSE $33T TO CLIMATE CHANGE - Bloomberg's Joe Ryan: "The fossil fuel industry risks losing $33 trillion in revenue over the next 25 years as global warming may drive companies to leave oil, natural gas and coal in the ground, according to a Barclays Plc energy analyst."

BATTERIES GETTING CHEAPER - Fortune's Katie Fehrenbacher: "Over the past half decade, the solar market has boomed thanks to falling solar panel prices. Now the same thing is happening with technology for storing energy."

METHANE LEAKS SPELL TROUBLE FOR NATURAL GAS - The New York Times' Clifford Krauss: "In the energy business, natural gas is supposed to be one of the good guys - the cleaner-burning fossil fuel that can help wean the world from dirty coal during the transition to a low-carbon future. But when natural gas escapes unburned, as it often does during production and distribution, it is a big troublemaker. Its essential component, methane, is particularly pernicious - a greenhouse gas that is more than 80 times as potent as carbon dioxide over 20 years as it dissipates."

GIRL SCOUTS CAN SAVE ENERGY, WORLD - The Washington Post's Chelsea Harvey: "It's hard to get people to change their habits, even when doing so could have lasting benefits for the environment. But a team of scientists may have just found a way to hack it when it comes to helping families develop better energy-saving practices at home."

DISAGREEING ON HOW TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE - The New York Times' John Schwartz: "By just about any measure, the movement to battle climate change has grown so large that the truths of Al Gore's decade-old movie now seem more mainstream than inconvenient ... But the movement that started with a straightforward mission - to get more people to appreciate the dangers of climate change as a precursor to action - is feeling growing pains."

BROWN LOOKS TO EXTEND CLIMATE CHANGE LEGACY - The Associated Press: "California Gov. Jerry Brown has launched a campaign to extend some of the most ambitious climate-change programs in the country and ensure his environmental legacy when he leaves office in two years."

SOLAR IMPULSE HEADS TO CAIRO FROM SPAIN - BBC News: "Solar Impulse has begun what should be its penultimate flight, leaving Seville in Spain bound for Cairo in Egypt."

MAPPING MARS' RADIATION IS KEY TO HUMAN MISSION - The Washington Post's Joe Kunches and Angela Fritz: "On board the Mars rover 'Curiosity' is a radiation assessment detector, an instrument taking the first-ever measurements of charged particles and gamma rays from the surface of the planet."

CLOUDS AND CLIMATE CHANGE - InsideClimate News' Zahra Hirji: "Cloud patterns have been shifting over the past 30 years in ways that a new study says are possibly due to global warming - and may even lead to more warming in the future."

EU WANTS ENERGY TRADE DEAL - POLITICO's Adam Behsudi: "The European Union wants a transatlantic trade deal to include an aggressive regulatory cooperation process for the energy sector, including the establishment of a permanent working group to address trade barriers, according to a leaked proposal the European Commission will likely discuss at a round of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership talks this week." [Europe PRO]

FRENCH UTILITY LOOKS TO DUMP COAL OPERATION - The Wall Street Journal's Sarah McFarlane: "French utilities giant, Électricité de France SA, or EDF, is in talks to sell its coal trading operation to Japan's Jera Co, according to a person familiar with the matter, in another example of how this fuel has fallen out of favor in Europe and the U.S. EDF's move to sell one the world's largest coal traders comes as the company looks to shore up its balance sheet and last year launched a review of its continental European fossil fuel power assets."


--Oil hit a two-month low Monday on continued concerns about oversupply, the Wall Street Journal reports.

--Natural gas fell as investors worried demand would not meet expectations, the Journal reports.

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