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Australian news, and some related international items

Australia starts slow on EVs, but could overtake global market — RenewEconomy

BNEF says EV sales in Australia have started slowly but will finish quick and will beat the global average by 2040, after passing tipping points on affordability in 2025. More intriguingly, the EV fleet will create a “behind the motor” storage market as big as Snowy 2.0.

via Australia starts slow on EVs, but could overtake global market — RenewEconomy

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A 228MW Victorian wind farm to go ahead as big business snaps up cheap green power — RenewEconomy

Macquarie Capital sells two 40% stakes in Lal Lal Wind Farm, which is reported to have off-take deal with “two Australian industrials.”

via A 228MW Victorian wind farm to go ahead as big business snaps up cheap green power — RenewEconomy

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NAB to play middle man with investors and large-scale wind, solar — RenewEconomy

NAB launches $200m Low Carbon Shared Portfolio, backed by senior loans to seven wind and large-scale solar farms, and with a $90m cornerstone investment from the CEFC.

via NAB to play middle man with investors and large-scale wind, solar — RenewEconomy

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