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Category: CleanTech Bites
Australian battery technology developer RedFlow says trials of its zinc-bromine “flow” batteries shows the storage technology is “cost competitive” in large scale applications.
Report warns uncertainty could wipe $1.4bn from CFI; Save Solar campaign continues; building upgrade finance website launched; clothing waste targeted.
A major obstacle to Germany’s going “green” has been the necessity of using conventional power plants to back up intermittent renewable energy sources.
Australian PM won’t join 125 other world leaders at NY climate summit, will arrive there one day later to attend UN security talks.
Australian solar technology developer RayGen Resources fast-tracks 10MW CSVP power plant in China – now to be completed within two years.
Treasurer Joe Hockey repeats controversial comments about wind farms, saying he is “appalled” by sight of wind turbines in “beautiful landscapes”.
WA cattle farmer: “No-one in their right mind could put up an argument and say wind turbines aren’t of benefit.”
State-based renewable energy targets and tight emissions standards – on mercury and CO2 – will slash coal burning in US.