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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.

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ACT solar farm proposal riles Uriarra residents

ACT solar farm proposal riles Uriarra residents

A proposed 7MW solar farm near Uriarra has become the first in Australia to attract mass objections from locals.

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Macquarie extends renewables reach with stake in US wind farm

Macquarie extends renewables reach with stake in US wind farm

Macquarie Infrastructure Group buys $11.5m stake in Idaho Wind Partners, extending its aggregate power generating capacity to around 96MW.

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Silex looks for buyers for solar technologies

Silex looks for buyers for solar technologies

Silex looks for buyers and co-investors for Solar Systems CPV business as it focuses on laser uranium enrichment technology.

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Bulls-eye: What George told Dick about wind turbines

Bulls-eye: What George told Dick about wind turbines

George the Bull suggests if humans are serious about cutting the renewable energy target, they might not be the smartest creatures on the planet.

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Graph of the Day: Climate change as global security threat

Graph of the Day: Climate change as global security threat

IPCC report outlines the impact climate change could have on global security on a wide range of fronts.

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WA geothermal project founders – due to a lack of oil

WA geothermal project founders – due to a lack of oil

Plans for a 25MW geothermal project in WA set back after partner withdraws because of a “lack of hydrocarbons”.

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Mint plans to install one of ACT's biggest solar arrays

Mint plans to install one of ACT’s biggest solar arrays

Royal Australian Mint calls for tenders to install solar PV on building’s 900-square-metre roof to cut grid power usage, electricity costs and carbon.

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Soaring solar PV growth set to hit new highs in 2014-15

Soaring solar PV growth set to hit new highs in 2014-15

Global solar PV installations tipped to jump 35 per cent in 2014 to reach 50GW in a year for the first time.

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NSW minister says solar industry has strong outlook

NSW minister says solar industry has strong outlook

NSW minister gives upbeat assessment of solar prospects, as ACT assembly endorses 90% renewable energy target.

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Mixed Greens: Most German solar installers offer storage

Mixed Greens: Most German solar installers offer storage

Most German solar installers go for storage; Morwell MP becomes Victoria energy minister, Energy Action snaps up energy efficiency firm.