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Australian news, and some related international items

16 October REneweconomy news

 RenewEconomy
  • Australia wind and solar power overtake gas in September
    Not long ago, energy market modellers thought we’d be building gas turbines everywhere to hit our emissions targets. How quickly things change.
  • China dances the seven veils of decarbonization
    China’s decarbonization boat stayed in harbour this year but the winds of change continue to blow.
  • Solar electric cars are the future – and “that future is now”
    In the wake of this year’s Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, the global race to bring solar PV integrated EVs to market is hotting up. And Australia is a key contender.
  • Oliver Yates teams with Simon Corbell in Clean Energy Derivates Corp
    Yates, Corbell team up to create new renewable energy investment fund that will write contracts and tap into huge pipeline of wind, solar, storage projects.
  • Why coal fired power stations don’t work so well when they are old
    Given the safety risks and a huge number of other problems that need to be repaired and managed, it is no wonder that AGL is keen to shut down Liddell.
  • The spectacular success of Germany’s Energiewende- and what needs to be done next
    Formation of new government in Berlin will have important implications for future of the Energiewende, but much has been achieved already.
  • Paris wants no conventional cars on its streets by 2030
    Paris to limit the number of cars powered by internal combustion engines on its streets and eventually move beyond polluting cars.
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October 16, 2017 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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