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Plan to shift Kimberley to renewables could save $15m a year — RenewEconomy

Kimberley Clean Energy Roadmap reveals 60-90% mix of solar, battery storage and wind power can out-compete diesel or fracked gas on cost across the region. The post Plan to shift Kimberley to renewables could save $15m a year appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Look, no batteries! How “flexible” solar can help the grid, without storage — RenewEconomy

New study shows that solar plants can provide flexibility for grid operator that reduces use of thermal generators and battery storage, and delivers even lower emissions. The post Look, no batteries! How “flexible” solar can help the grid, without storage appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Soot to solar: Unmasking the coal plant reliability myth — RenewEconomy

The myth that coal power equates to grid reliability is not unique to Australia. Here’s what happened when an old clunker was removed from the grid in northern Illinois. The post Soot to solar: Unmasking the coal plant reliability myth appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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