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RenewEconomy back on line, still some articles missing

RenewEconomy back on line, still some articles missing

RenewEconomy is back on line, but still some recent articles missing.

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Total global solar heads for 200GW, 50GW in 2014

Total global solar heads for 200GW, 50GW in 2014

Latest data shows cumulative global solar on track for 200GW, with PV added in 2014 forecast to hit record 19.5GW for Q4, 50GW for whole year.

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King Island anti-wind campaign funded by 'Rich List' absentee landowners: report

King Island anti-wind campaign funded by ‘Rich List’ absentee landowners: report

Two main backers of campaign against development of 200-turbine wind farm on King Island found to be BRW Rich Listers and absentee land-owners.

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Canary in the coal mine: Spanish island nears 100% renewables

Canary in the coal mine: Spanish island nears 100% renewables

Most remote of Spain’s Canary Islands months away from becoming world’s first 100% renewable energy self-sufficient, off-grid island.

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Wave power prototype with Oz connection set for testing in Europe

Wave power prototype with Oz connection set for testing in Europe

EU collaboration including Australia’s Carnegie Wave Energy closes in on developing standardised, self-contained offshore electricity generator.

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The farmer who is crazy in like with his wind turbines

The farmer who is crazy in like with his wind turbines

WA cattle farmer: “No-one in their right mind could put up an argument and say wind turbines aren’t of benefit.”

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Printable solar cells close to commercialisation: CSIRO

Printable solar cells close to commercialisation: CSIRO

CSIRO says Australian developed solar ink technology that prints solar cells onto flexible plastic is ready to be taken up by a manufacturer.

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Save Solar campaign hits regional TV screens

Save Solar campaign hits regional TV screens

ASC-led Save Solar campaign launches television ad targeting regional voters in Queensland and Victoria in lead up to state elections.

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Australia's Zen gets $200,000 grant to advance energy storage

Australia’s Zen gets $200,000 grant to advance energy storage

Adelaide-based ZEN Energy Systems gains state government grant to advance its energy storage commercialisation program.

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Aged care facility goes solar in Victoria

Aged care facility goes solar in Victoria

Aged care facility says it expects 20% annual return from 100kW rooftop solar investment.

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China eyes $16bn EV charging fund: report

China eyes $16bn EV charging fund: report

Reports emerge that the Chinese government is considering putting $US16bn towards electric-vehicle charging facilities, to spur demand for EVs.