Australian news, and some related international items

11 November REneweconomy news

  • Koutsantonis slams NEG, says it is an attack on renewables
    SA energy minister Tom Koutsantonis says cannot support NEG, says it an attack on renewables, designed to keep alive dirty coal.
  • Graphs of the Day: Australia the global climate laggard
    If the Turnbull government was setting the standard for global climate action… we’d be going to hell in a handcart, says new report.
  • Renewable energy for industry next big thing for Australia, says IEA
    International Energy Agency says solar, hydro and and wind have enormous potential for use in industrial processes – particularly in places like Australia, where the cost will be $USUS30/MWh.
  • Energy incumbents are going on a ‘gorging spree’
    Big fossil-fuel-based utilities are overcharging their customers, going on a “’gorging spree” while they still can.
  • Australia adds 107MW rooftop solar in October as 2017 heads for record year
    Commercial solar growth helps push Australia’s total PV installs to 107MW in October, almost guaranteeing 1GW record for 2017.

November 10, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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