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100 per cent renewables by 2025: Grid operator pushes clean energy revolution

100 per cent renewables by 2025: Grid operator pushes clean energy revolution — Read on amp.theage.com.au/politics/federal/100-per-cent-renewables-by-2025-grid-operator-pushes-clean-energy-revolution-20210713-p589ap.html At last, here’s where we need to go…

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As battery costs tumble, Coalition puts Australia on most expensive energy path

The gas price is likely to be higher, and the sort of gas projects proposed by the likes of energy minister Angus Taylor at Kurri Kurri assume a capacity factor of just 2 per cent. Which means they will be … Continue reading

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“Battery of the world”: Australia’s key role in fast transition to wind and solar

Australia well placed to become “battery of the world” if wind and solar can pass political barriers, as well as technical and economic hurdles already jumped. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/battery-of-the-world-australias-key-role-in-fast-transition-to-wind-and-solar/amp/ But they’re still saying it can’t be done…

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Shale company joins renewable hydrogen rush, so it can process oil

QEM, the developer of the Julia Creek shale oil project in Queensland, wants to use green hydrogen to process raw oil into usable fuel. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/shale-company-joins-renewable-hydrogen-rush-so-it-can-process-oil/ Believe it or not…green hydrogen to produce petrol/diesel.

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Investment in renewables drops

AEMO’s 2020 Integrated System Plan (ISP) has delivered a clear roadmap for development of the energy system. To deliver this, we need to address the current grid connection challenges in order to build investor confidence for new clean energy generation,” … Continue reading

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Electric Vehicles: Australian Electric Vehicles Can Deliver 5x Snowy 2.0s – What’s Required to Realise This Potential

The opportunities and barriers of vehicle-to-grid services in Australia — Read on http://www.all-energy.com.au/en-gb/virtual-conference/electric-vehicles-session.html How cool is this compared to such monster expense, so remote, old fashioned idea of Snowy2.0?

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California’s Ban on Gas Vehicles is Also Good News for the Grid and the Auto Sector

California’s Ban on Gas Vehicles is Also Good News for the Grid and the Auto Sector – Rocky Mountain Institute — Read on rmi.org/californias-ban-on-gas-vehicles-is-also-good-news-for-the-grid-and-the-auto-sector/ Imagine this in USA, convulsions for Trump!

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Cannon-Brookes says Hornsdale battery proof that technology change will be rapid

Billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes issues fresh plea to governments to not underestimate the pace of change in clean energy technologies. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/cannon-brookes-says-hornsdale-battery-proof-that-technology-change-will-be-rapid-34391/ “The reason I think that was such an amazing event is rarely have we had a lot … Continue reading

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“We cut through the politics:” Zibelman says rapid transition to RE “not a choice”

What Audrey also said was SA will soon be seeing days of 100% supply from rooftop solar PV, zero from grid. Zibelman says renewables share will approach 70 per cent “regularly” by 2030, but engineering and economics has and will … Continue reading

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Why green hydrogen could be cheaper than fossil fuels in just a few years

Why green hydrogen could be cheaper than fossil fuels in just a few years | RenewEconomy — Read on http://www.google.com.au/amp/s/reneweconomy.com.au/why-green-hydrogen-could-be-cheaper-than-fossil-fuels-in-just-a-few-years-32918/amp/

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