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Australian news, and some related international items

29 September REneweconomy news

 RenewEconomy
  • Adani’s Whyalla 140MW solar plant set for construction in 2018Green industrial revolution continues at Whyalla, with Adani Group’s 140MW solar farm approved for construction.
  • Adelaide charged up as hub for electric vehicles
    The City of Adelaide is now a hub for South Australia’s electric vehicle charging network with eight fast charging stations opening today within a new dedicated EV parking area.
  • Hackett steps aside as chair, CEO of battery storage company Redflow
    Hackett steps down from twin roles at Redflow as company focuses on new manufacturing facility and cutting costs.
  • AGL looks at 250MW battery storage plant for Liddell
    AGL outlines plans to install 250MW of battery storage at Liddell, and to invest in Bayswater upgrade, new gas generators, demand response, and huge amount of wind and solar to replace Liddell.
  • Goulburn Council floats solar PV as a way to cut water costs
    Goulburn Council to commission feasibility studies into installing floating solar on government water stores, to slash power costs.
  • Graph of the Day: Green Bond issuance to soon pass $100 billion
    Green Bond issues expected to surpass $US100 billion for the first time in a single year in 2017.
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September 29, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, culture

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