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Renewable energy is ready to supply all of Australia’s electricity

July 23, 2014



  This article originally posted at The Conversation. View the original post here.  In a recent article on The Conversation, University of Melbourne Professor Emeritus Frank Larkins wrote that Australia’s targets to increase renewable energy will make electricity more expensive, thanks to problems with consistency and storage. But Professor Larkins is several years behind developments in renewable […]

Wind declared cheapest energy source in Denmark

July 22, 2014



This article originally posted at TckTckTck. The original can be viewed here.  Onshore wind is now the cheapest form of new electricity generation in Denmark, undercutting coal power, according to the government’s energy agency. New analysis shows that onshore wind plants due online in 2016 will cost half the price of coal and natural gas plants, […]

Renewable Energy Investments in Australia Falls to its Lowest Since 2001

July 21, 2014



This article originally posted at the International Business Times. View the original post here.  Australia‘s renewable energy investment has declined to its lowest in 13 years. According to reports, the country has invested only $40 million in the first six months of 2014. The amount is said to be the lowest since 2001. The change […]

When will Australia have its Kodak moment on renewable energy?

July 18, 2014



This article originally posted at The Conversation. View the original post here. Ever since Clive Palmer announced that the Palmer United Party (PUP) would support the retention of the Renewable Energy Target (RET), The Australian and News Corp’s tabloids have really ramped up their attack on both renewables and Palmer. Immediately following the press conference […]

Green Energy Trading’s Ric Brazzale on Solar PV and the RET

July 17, 2014



Original article originally posted at EcoGeneration. View the original post here.  The Renewable Energy Target (RET), initially introduced by the Howard Government in 2001, has enjoyed bi-partisan support. In the lead up to the last election the Abbott Opposition committed to a continuation of the RET but announced that it would be reviewing the scheme, […]


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