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Australian news, and some related international items

Portugal’s success in cutting greenhouse emissions through its offshore floating wind and solar plants

 Portugal is the EU country that has been most successful at cutting
greenhouse gas emissions since 2005, partly through the use of floating
wind and solar plants located off its coast. Today, 65 percent of all the
electricity consumed in Portugal comes from renewable sources.

 France24 30th Oct 2021

https://www.france24.com/en/europe/20211030-portugal-s-floating-power-plants-are-on-the-cutting-edge-of-renewable-technologyMac1

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“The Australian way:” Morrison exposes Australia as climate laggard on world stage — RenewEconomy

Morrison took his climate plan to Glasgow and the world has seen it as a hollow gesture, with Fiji offering its own blueprint for Australia to follow. The post “The Australian way:” Morrison exposes Australia as climate laggard on world stage appeared first on RenewEconomy.

“The Australian way:” Morrison exposes Australia as climate laggard on world stage — RenewEconomy

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Rooftop solar squashes grid demand to records lows in two states — RenewEconomy

Rooftop solar pushes minimum operational demand down to record lows in two states, and reaches 87 per cent of supply in South Australia. The post Rooftop solar squashes grid demand to records lows in two states appeared first on RenewEconomy.

Rooftop solar squashes grid demand to records lows in two states — RenewEconomy

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Glasgow Diary: Australia named a ‘fossil of the day’ on first day of COP26 — RenewEconomy

Australia named ‘fossil of the day’, Boris Johnson compares climate change to ‘James Bond style doomsday device’ and Biden apologises for actions of Trump administration. The post Glasgow Diary: Australia named a ‘fossil of the day’ on first day of COP26 appeared first on RenewEconomy.

Glasgow Diary: Australia named a ‘fossil of the day’ on first day of COP26 — RenewEconomy

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Australia now has nearly 1kW of solar per capita after smashing year of rooftop installs — RenewEconomy

Australia now has nearly 1kW of solar installed for every person in the country, thanks to a record year of rooftop installations. The post Australia now has nearly 1kW of solar per capita after smashing year of rooftop installs appeared first on RenewEconomy.

Australia now has nearly 1kW of solar per capita after smashing year of rooftop installs — RenewEconomy

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Morrison fumbles in Rome, but his main game is to block progress at Glasgow — RenewEconomy

Morrison’s mishandling of major international relationships has come back to bite the PM, as Australia isolated on the eve of COP26. The post Morrison fumbles in Rome, but his main game is to block progress at Glasgow appeared first on RenewEconomy.

Morrison fumbles in Rome, but his main game is to block progress at Glasgow — RenewEconomy

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November 1 Energy News — geoharvey

Opinion:  ¶ “COP26 Climate Talks Off To An Ominous Start After Weak G20 Leaders’ Meeting” • The G20 leaders’ meeting that just ended suggests that leaders are finally listening to the science, but they still lack the political unity to make the ambitious decisions required to meet the moment. For one thing, they failed to […]

November 1 Energy News — geoharvey

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