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Shorten says solar + storage allowing consumers to lead energy revolution

Shorten says solar + storage allowing consumers to lead energy revolution

Labor leader says energy markets in midst of ‘seismic shift’ – an ‘energy revolution’ driven by consumers, solar and battery storage.

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Australian PV market hits July high, boosted by commercial solar

Australian PV market hits July high, boosted by commercial solar

Strong growth in commercial solar in NSW, Queensland and Victoria help Australia PV market notch up best month of 2015, with 69MW added in July.

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Greens propose Flat Earth Commissioner after Libs call for climate science inquiry

Greens propose Flat Earth Commissioner after Libs call for climate science inquiry

Greens meet Liberal push for climate science inquiry with motion for Flat Earth Commissioner, to inquire “into the roundness or otherwise of the Earth.”

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Energy storage dominates at launch of Intersolar Europe 2015

Energy storage dominates at launch of Intersolar Europe 2015

Energy storage technology has been brought to the fore at Europe’s 2015 Intersolar conference in Germany, with a heavy focus on residential battery systems.

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Australia's dumbing down: The view from outside

Australia’s dumbing down: The view from outside

A Bloomberg article says Australia’s government is betting on ‘baristas over brains’ as it flags further cuts to scientific research and development. What do you think?

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Hybrid rooftop solar + CHP + storage model has potential, says GE

Hybrid rooftop solar + CHP + storage model has potential, says GE

A GE-partner project testing a combination of solar PV, combined heat and power and battery storage at a commercial facility in Germany could be scaled up.

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Charging ahead with energy storage in Australia

Charging ahead with energy storage in Australia

With its high PV penetration, weak grid in some areas, and relatively low feed-in-tariffs, energy storage could be the key to enabling greater deployment of renewable energy in Australia.

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Dyesol perovskite solar technology chosen for 600MW plant in Turkey

Dyesol perovskite solar technology chosen for 600MW plant in Turkey

Dyesol says Turkish development bank to back financing of pilot plant then 600MW commercial production line of ground-breaking perovskite solar PV technology.

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Graph of the Day: Germany's grid copes with solar eclipse

Graph of the Day: Germany’s grid copes with solar eclipse

Even with bright blue skies overhead and over 38GW of PV capacity connected to Germany’s grids, the solar eclipse barely affected the grid.

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Graph of the Day: Climate politics and intergenerational theft

Graph of the Day: Climate politics and intergenerational theft

Australia’s conservative Coalition talks big about “intergenerational theft”, but it can’t simply wish it away the issue of climate change.

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Labor accuses Abbott of phantom Captain’s Call on renewables

Labor accuses Abbott of phantom Captain’s Call on renewables

Labor accuses Abbott of making Captain’s Call on the RET, after the PM told reporters the Coalition had made its offer, and was awaiting Labor’s response.