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SunEdison acquires storage firm, to add to wind and solar projects

SunEdison acquires storage firm, to add to wind and solar projects

SunEdison buys Solar Grid Storage, allowing biggest renewables developer to offer battery storage solutions with its solar and wind projects worldwide.

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Rio Tinto’s restructuring signals global industry move away from coal

Rio Tinto’s restructuring signals global industry move away from coal

Rio Tinto’s decision to part ways with coal chief represents a major shift in strategy by one of world’s largest coal miners, and industry itself.

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Intergenerational Report fails at first hurdle - ignores climate change

Intergenerational Report fails at first hurdle – ignores climate change

By ignoring one of the most important policy areas facing government’s globally – climate change – the Intergenerational Report has fallen over the first hurdle.

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SunEdison CEO talks acquisitions, storage and emerging markets

SunEdison CEO talks acquisitions, storage and emerging markets

The head of the world’s biggest renewable energy developer points to much more activity in battery storage and international markets.

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North Carolina about to overtake California as capital of big solar

North Carolina about to overtake California as capital of big solar

The land of loblolly pines, sweet tea and Bojangles is having its little heart blessed with a big photovoltaic jolt of renewable solar power.

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4 reasons why solar PPAs can be a good idea for business

4 reasons why solar PPAs can be a good idea for business

Growth of the Australian PPA market is a vote of confidence in future of solar industry, and an avenue for growth not so dependent on Government handouts.

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Failure to act on climate is intergenerational recklessness

Failure to act on climate is intergenerational recklessness

Failure to plan thoroughly for the climate trends of coming decades would be an act not just of intergenerational theft but of intergenerational recklessness.

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Solar module prices highest in US, cheapest in Chile

Solar module prices highest in US, cheapest in Chile

Solar module prices averaged around 72 cents per watt in the U.S. and 56 cents in Chile in Q4 2014.

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Australian regulator predicts another 800MW of rooftop solar in 2015

Australian regulator predicts another 800MW of rooftop solar in 2015

Clean Energy Regulator is predicting another 808MW of rooftop solar will be installed in Australia in 2015, just a little below 2014.

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UK renewables auction pushes down costs

UK renewables auction pushes down costs

Contracts worth £315 million have been awarded to 27 renewable energy projects with a combined capacity of 2.1 gigawatts.

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Looming warming spurt could reshape climate debate

Looming warming spurt could reshape climate debate

Humanity is about to experience a historically unprecedented spike in temperatures.