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Australian news, and some related international items

Victoria solar farm owners losing $1 million a day from grid constraints — RenewEconomy

Restrictions on four Victorian large-scale solar farms in mid-September have taken 150MW of solar capacity out of the system and is costing more than $1m lost revenue per day. The post Victoria solar farm owners losing $1 million a day from grid constraints appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Solar powered mines now commercially viable without need for subsidies — RenewEconomy

Zenith Energy says success of 5.5MW solar plant at remote WA mine site shows the technology can be deployed at mines without government support. The post Solar powered mines now commercially viable without need for subsidies appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Energy Insiders Podcast: Australia’s energy future is renewable, and digital — RenewEconomy

AEMO’s head of system design and engineering Alex Wonhas joins our last podcast of 2019 to discuss Australia’s energy transition and the Integrated System Plan. The post Energy Insiders Podcast: Australia’s energy future is renewable, and digital appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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COP25: Never have so many governments done so little for so many — Systemic Disorder

It’s said that it is better to laugh than cry. But what do we do when a situation has become so beyond parody that laughter is impossible? As Australia burns, the world is about to finish its second hottest year ever, the seas rise, polar melting is worse than previously modeled and the sixth mass […]

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