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This article originally posted at The Climate Group. View the original post here. LONDON: Despite a change in government policy, Australia’s solar industry has expanded considerably in recent years, and today some 2.6 million Australians are getting some of their electricity from solar power. So says a new report from the Australia Institute, which analyzes the development […]
Originally posted at RenewEconomy. View the original post here. Solar PV module prices in Australia were cut in half over the 2012-2013 period, falling from $1.50/Wp in 2012 to 0.75/Wp in 2013, according to the latest report from the Australian Photovoltaic Institute (APVI). The report, PV in Australia 2013, also notes that installed prices for […]
This article was originally posted at The Conversation. View the original post here. The review of the Renewable Energy Target is due to be handed to the federal government any day now, yet amazingly there are still conflicts over whether the policy makes electricity more or less expensive. Amid claims that the target raises power […]
This article originally posted at the Conversation. View the original post here. At the recent midyear UN climate negotiations in Bonn, an unprecedented 60 countries (including Germany) called for a total phase-out of fossil fuels by 2050, as part of a global agreement on climate change to be concluded in Paris in 2015. Meanwhile, on […]
This article originally posted at Clean Technica. View the original post here. India’s ongoing National Solar Mission has reaped very encouraging results. The country saw about 2,500 MW capacity being added in just four to five years with hundreds of megawatts set to be commissioned over the next few months. Now, the government is set […]