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Category: Graph of the Day

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Graph of the Day: Nyngan doubles Australia's big solar output

Graph of the Day: Nyngan doubles Australia’s big solar output

The Nyngan solar plant has doubled in size, and doubled the output of scheduled big solar in the Australian grid.

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Germany sets new solar record, prices turn negative in middle of day

Germany sets new solar record, prices turn negative in middle of day

Germany sets a new record for solar output, producing more than 25,000MW for first time, helping to push energy prices into negative territory.

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NSW businesses lead Australian demand for commercial rooftop solar

NSW businesses lead Australian demand for commercial rooftop solar

NSW businesses lead the country in installing rooftop solar, as the state retains its newly fee-won mantle of the country’s biggest solar market.

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Graph of the Day: Solar reaches 9.1% of demand in France

Graph of the Day: Solar reaches 9.1% of demand in France

Solar reaches nearly 10% of demand in France, prompting analysts to say energy markets are facing ‘biggest revolution’ since nuclear reactors built in 1970s.

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Graph of the Day: Where are Australia's renewables jobs?

Graph of the Day: Where are Australia’s renewables jobs?

ABS data shows how many jobs renewables create – and where – and charts a decline in job numbers since Abbott came to power.

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Graph of the Day: Sun shines on first week of Australia's biggest solar plant

Graph of the Day: Sun shines on first week of Australia’s biggest solar plant

A chart reviewing the first week’s output from AGL’s Nyngan solar plant shows it has been regular as clockwork in its supply of electricity to the grid.

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Graph of the Day: Renewable energy boom underestimated by nearly all

Graph of the Day: Renewable energy boom underestimated by nearly all

New infographic shows almost all expert projections underestimated the scale and speed of the global shift to solar and wind energy, with one exception.

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How an outback town proposes to switch off fossil fuels

How an outback town proposes to switch off fossil fuels

The outback town Coober Pedy in remote South Australia will be able to turn off its fossil fuel generators for at least half of the year.

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Graph of the Day: Germany's grid copes with solar eclipse

Graph of the Day: Germany’s grid copes with solar eclipse

Even with bright blue skies overhead and over 38GW of PV capacity connected to Germany’s grids, the solar eclipse barely affected the grid.

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Solar makes its presence felt on Australian energy markets

Solar makes its presence felt on Australian energy markets

For the first time, we now have a complete picture of Australia’s electricity sources, including rooftop solar.

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Graph of the Day: Australia's climate action fail

Graph of the Day: Australia’s climate action fail

Chart shows Australia’s emissions reductions rate to achieve minimum target is very low compared to other advanced economies. So why the lack of ambition?