Antinuclear

Australian news, and some related international items

1 July REneweconomy news

  • WA garnet miner to build 3MW solar, wind, battery storage plant
    GMA Garnet in WA becomes latest Australian big energy user to turn to renewables and battery storage for a cheaper, more reliable power supply.
  • Another blow to CCS, as EU power giants bow out of Dutch project
    European power giants Engie and Uniper pull out of major Dutch carbon capture and storage project in same week as US project abandoned.
  • Electric vehicle charging networks rolled out across WA, Qld
    Australia’s two biggest states are rolling out extensive electric vehicle charging networks, to cater for soon to be “ubiquitous” EVs.
  • Energy storage already cost-competitive in commercial sector, finds study
    Cheaper battery prices sees storage playing a broader role in energy markets, particularly for commercial customers seeking to reduce peak consumption, research from McKinsey shows.
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July 1, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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