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Category: Graph of the Day

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Rooftop solar accounts for 17% of household electricity in Qld

Rooftop solar accounts for 17% of household electricity in Qld

The adoption of rooftop solar continues to surge in Queensland, and now accounts for 17% of household electricity use.

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Australia reaches 4GW of rooftop solar PV

Australia reaches 4GW of rooftop solar PV

APVI says Australia has reached 4GW of rooftop solar, up to 40 per cent household penetration in some states.

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Graph of the Day: Renewables now Scotland’s largest power source

Graph of the Day: Renewables now Scotland’s largest power source

Numbers from the first half of 2014 show that renewable energy was Scotland’s largest source of power.

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Graph of the Day: Has Australia hit peak wind?

Graph of the Day: Has Australia hit peak wind?

Wind energy now supplies one third of the electricity needs of South Australia, and about six per cent of the nation’s electricity demand.

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Graph of the Day: Why renewable energy is here to stay

Graph of the Day: Why renewable energy is here to stay

Renewables continue to increase in efficiency while adoption and job growth around renewable energy are steadily growing around the world.

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Graph of the Day: Another record year for big solar ... but where is Australia?

Graph of the Day: Another record year for big solar … but where is Australia?

Led by US and China, global installed utility-scale solar has reached 30.3GW. Australia still lagging well behind.

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Graph of the Day: 2,000GW of wind energy by 2030

Graph of the Day: 2,000GW of wind energy by 2030

New report suggests wind energy could supply 19% of global electricity by 2030, up to 30 per cent by 2050.

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Graph of the Day: Australia's renewable energy generation

Graph of the Day: Australia’s renewable energy generation

Graph underlines renewables penetration in Australia, as AEMO observes no issue with SA having 100% renewables, as long as interconnector stays connected.

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11 charts that will help you understand climate change

11 charts that will help you understand climate change

Every year a disparate collection of 88 wonks from 68 organisation in 12 countries work tirelessly to produce the Global Carbon Budget.

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How energy storage will accelerate decline of fossil fuels

How energy storage will accelerate decline of fossil fuels

Citigroup analysis says energy storage will have profound impact on fossil fuels such as coal, oil, gas. It’s good news for renewables though.

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Rooftop solar PV provides 25% of daytime demand in South Australia

Rooftop solar PV provides 25% of daytime demand in South Australia

Rooftop solar PV is providing 25% of electricity demand in South Australia – on weekends and on some weekdays.