Households and businesses continue to defy expectations, and install large rooftop solar systems in Queensland despite change in tariffs.
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BNEF paints picture of global onshore wind market adding an average of 50-53GW of new energy capacity a year out to 2020.
So who has got it right on predicting the growth of wind and solar – green NGOs or the traditional “experts”.
Updated: Shoalhaven community energy group offers 6.5% return in 99kW solar system at NSW bowling club. Construction starts next week.
Last week, wind energy provided 14.2% of demand in eastern states, and renewables overall provided more than 30%. The share of coal and gas fell sharply.
Wind energy operates near full capacity for last three days, with record output across eastern states, and accounting for nearly 2/3 of South Australia’s needs.