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Australian news, and some related international items

6 November More REneweconomy news

RenewEconomy
  • New solar investment fund seeks up to $300 million in ASX listing
    New Energy Solar is hoping to bankroll big solar buy up in US, and Australia and other markets, with $300m IPO.
  • South Australia’s stunning transition to consumer-powered grid
    Rooftop solar expected to provide more than 20% of local generation by 2025, ushering in transition to consumer focused grid in South Australia. Meanwhile, S.A. begins to benefit from renewables, with prices so far in 2017/18 lower than coal-dominated Victoria and NSW.
  • China wind giant buys 100MW wind project in NSW
    Beijing Jingneng Clean Energy adds Biala wind farm, approved for development in NSW Southern Tablelands, to growing Australian portfolio.
  • Garnaut says NEG may do little for prices, certainty or competition
    Garnaut says proposed National Energy Guarantee may fail on price reductions, emissions, and reliability, and may serve to simply reinforce the power of the big energy incumbents.
  • Council approves 350MW PV farm, stage 1of massive solar and storage hub
    First phase of 1GW+ solar and battery storage hub in Gympie approved for development by local council.
  • Germany’s solar, wind generation hits high in October
    PV and wind power systems generated 15 billion kWh of electricity in Germany in October, with renewables accounting for 44.1% of demand
  • Bonn voyage: climate diplomats head into another round of talks
    At the Bonn climate talks that start today, Australia will cop some flak for its lack of reductions ambition, and action.
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November 6, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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