Antinuclear

Australian news, and some related international items

Cracks in a nuclear reactor are never good. 370 is downright alarming — Beyond Nuclear International

Scottish reactors in sunset years need to close permanently

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Solar powered election race hots up, as new round of PV policies unveiled — RenewEconomy

A new round of solar powered election promises are being unveiled around the country, with just five working days until the NSW election, and a matter of weeks until the federal poll. The post Solar powered election race hots up, as new round of PV policies unveiled appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Frydenberg challenger Oliver Yates unveils “bold” rooftop solar plan — RenewEconomy

Oliver Yates to encourage councils to use Environmental Upgrade Agreements to encourage more people to use solar and storage. The post Frydenberg challenger Oliver Yates unveils “bold” rooftop solar plan appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Wind and solar farms to forecast their own output, in ARENA-backed pilot — RenewEconomy

ARENA funds AEMO-backed pilot to test potential for wind and solar farms to provide their own forecasts of generation output, and boost accuracy of market operations. The post Wind and solar farms to forecast their own output, in ARENA-backed pilot appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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AECOM appointed to huge solar plus battery storage project in South Australia — RenewEconomy

AECOM appointed to one of world’s largest renewable energy construction projects, the Solar River Project in South Australia. The post AECOM appointed to huge solar plus battery storage project in South Australia appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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World’s first Kyoto complaint soil carbon credits issued and sold on the same day — RenewEconomy

In an Australian and World First, Soil Carbon Credits under the ERF Soil Carbon Method to reward Farmers for increase in Soil Carbon have been issued. In the same day, another world took place. The post World’s first Kyoto complaint soil carbon credits issued and sold on the same day appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Australia was fourth biggest market in world for large scale solar in 2018 — RenewEconomy

Australia was the fourth biggest market for large scale solar projects in the world in 2018. The post Australia was fourth biggest market in world for large scale solar in 2018 appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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How the Tesla big battery kept the lights on in South Australia — RenewEconomy

AEMO report highlights value of Tesla big battery in major network failure, but the response from coal and gas generators was poor and did nothing to prevent widespread outages. The post How the Tesla big battery kept the lights on in South Australia appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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