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Australian news, and some related international items

AEMO to model “step change” in energy transition and major emission cuts — RenewEconomy

AEMO confirms plans to model “step change” scenario that will include dramatic emissions reductions and an accelerated transition to a clean energy grid. The post AEMO to model “step change” in energy transition and major emission cuts appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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NSW energy minister wants Coalition to stop pitting ideology and populism against science — RenewEconomy

New NSW energy minister wants federal Coalition colleagues to stop pitting ideology and populism against science, and asks them to support a full National Energy Guarantee that includes emissions. The post NSW energy minister wants Coalition to stop pitting ideology and populism against science appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Queensland solar industry on tenterhooks, as decision on rule change reserved — RenewEconomy

Court of Appeal reserves judgment on Queensland government bid to have controversial solar rules reinstated, after they were ruled invalid by Supreme Court. The post Queensland solar industry on tenterhooks, as decision on rule change reserved appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Australia gets half a NEG as COAG signs off on reliability obligation — RenewEconomy

COAG Energy Council signs off on package of reliability measures that have emerged from the wreckage of the National Energy Guarantee. The post Australia gets half a NEG as COAG signs off on reliability obligation appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Sydney Catholic schools install 1.3MW “power generator” worth of solar — RenewEconomy

1.3MW of rooftop solar installed across 19 Western Sydney Catholic schools, to cut grid power supply by 25%, save a collective $1 million a year on electricity. The post Sydney Catholic schools install 1.3MW “power generator” worth of solar appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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SolarEdge adds “smart panels” to rooftop offering — RenewEconomy

Israel-based inverter maker SolarEdge has launched its own PV panel offering on the Australian residential market. The post SolarEdge adds “smart panels” to rooftop offering appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Trump Admin Approved Seven Transfers of Nuclear Tech to Saudi; Two After Jamal Khashoggi Murder — Mining Awareness +

“JUNE 04, 2019 Kaine Statement On Transfers Of Nuclear Technical Expertise To Saudi Arabia WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees, has repeatedly requested information from the Trump Administration about the approval of seven nuclear technical expertise transfers to Saudi Arabia, including whether any […]

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