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Category: Graph of the Day

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Graph of the Day: Climate pledges still not nearly ambitious enough

Graph of the Day: Climate pledges still not nearly ambitious enough

Report says current climate pledges won’t limit global warming to 2°C. Actually,they’re not even on track to avoiding global warming of greater than 2°C.

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Graph of the Day: Major parties' 2030 emissions targets compared

Graph of the Day: Major parties’ 2030 emissions targets compared

Confused about where Australia’s major parties stand on 2030 emissions reductions? Check out this visual comparison against the recommendations of the CCA.

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Graphic of the Day: How wind energy powered 100% of Denmark, and some of its neighbours

Graphic of the Day: How wind energy powered 100% of Denmark, and some of its neighbours

Last Thursday, Denmark’s wind farms generated 140% of its energy needs in the course of one day.

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Graph of the Day: Energex nearly at 1GW of rooftop solar PV

Graph of the Day: Energex nearly at 1GW of rooftop solar PV

Latest Energex data shows 290,006 households on south-east Qld network have rooftop solar, amounting to a total installed capacity of more than 980MW.

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Graph of the Day: Australia's average solar PV system size hits 5kW

Graph of the Day: Australia’s average solar PV system size hits 5kW

The national average Australian solar PV system size hit 5kW in June, a landmark development pushed by increasing uptake in commercial solar.

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Graph of the Day: World’s greenhouse gas emissions country by country

Graph of the Day: World’s greenhouse gas emissions country by country

WRI has released new information about the present — an infographic and huge databaseof the world’s current greenhouse gas emissions.

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Graph of the Day: What a utility death spiral looks like

Graph of the Day: What a utility death spiral looks like

New report details ‘death spiral’ of EU’s 5 biggest utilities who, banking on business-as-usual, lost over €100bn (37% of their value) from 2008-2013.

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Graph of the Day: Wind generation beats gas in S.E. Australia for first time

Graph of the Day: Wind generation beats gas in S.E. Australia for first time

Total wind generation in Australia’s south-eastern states was greater than gas for the first time in May 2015, a record-breaking month.

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Graph of the Day: California gets taste of solar, wind future

Graph of the Day: California gets taste of solar, wind future

California has a 33% renewable energy target for 2020. Even in springtime, it is already achieving that target on certain days.

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Graph of the Day: How utilities see themselves in 2030

Graph of the Day: How utilities see themselves in 2030

PwC survey finds that utilities are finally waking up to the threat of changed energy business models.

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Graph of the Day: How Australia's big utilities missed solar boom

Graph of the Day: How Australia’s big utilities missed solar boom

Australia’s big utilities may have increased market share by more than half, but they almost completely missed the biggest energy market trend in 100 years.