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Australian news, and some related international items

25 October More REneweconomy news

 RenewEconomy
  • Global investors buy Equis projects and Australia/Asia renewable story
    Three major global investors buy renewable energy portfolio of Equis Energy as big money continues to flood into Asia and Australia renewable market. Meanwhile, in Canberra…
  • Nissan to join Formula E Electric Racing from 2018-19 season
    Nissan will become the first Japanese automotive brand to compete in the all-electric FIA Formula E racing championship starting in 2018.
  • Know your NEM week: A closer look at Vales Point
    A closer look at Vales Point, and the money made by its new owner Sunset Power; and how to quantify the costs of climate change.
  • Sonnen to unveil first Australian micro-grid, contemplates local manufacture
    Sonnen to announce first Australian micro-grid, or “SonnenCity”, where new housing developments come equipped with solar and storage. It says distributed energy key to slashing electricity prices.
  • Battery swapping will drive India’s electric car revolution
    The global electric vehicle revolution will be bottom up, and developing countries like India will lead it.
  • Herbert Smith Freehills advises lenders on the financing of central Queensland solar farm
    Emerald Solar Park is underpinned by a long term power purchase agreement with Telstra as offtaker. Reaching financial close marks the first banked transaction in Australia with a corporate PPA from Telstra.
  • Turnbull’s NEG claims first major renewable energy victim
    NEG causes market value of one of major renewable energy players to be slashed by analysts, and puts the future of some $50 billion of renewable energy projects in doubt. But it is good for incumbents, because less renewables means higher prices.
  • Powering a social licence failure: The National Energy Guarantee
    The Coalition’s NEG – based on …….
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October 25, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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