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Investors pour $1.5bn into Australian solar and wind energy in Q2

Investors pour $1.5bn into Australian solar and wind energy in Q2

Investment in wind and solar energy in Australia jumped 77 per cent, year-on-year, as part of a major global recovery, says BNEF.

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"Clean coal" most expensive new power supply, says BNEF (and not all that clean)

“Clean coal” most expensive new power supply, says BNEF (and not all that clean)

BNEF report latest to debunk Coalition clean coal plans, finding it to be super expensive, and not very clean (unless you add CCS, and then its ultra-super expensive). As for Turnbull’s argument that our grid needs more baseload…

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BNEF says broken gas market main offender in SA energy "crisis"

BNEF says broken gas market main offender in SA energy “crisis”

BNEF report says poorly functioning gas market main cause of SA power price spike, blaming renewables “erroneous and simplistic.”

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Australia's big energy switch: from coal and gas to wind and solar

Australia’s big energy switch: from coal and gas to wind and solar

Australia’s electricity mix to shift rapidly from coal and gas to wind and solar, predicts Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Households play a critical role, but the key to their scenario may be the success of the current renewable energy target.

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Australia cheapest in Asia for solar, wind, most expensive for coal

Australia cheapest in Asia for solar, wind, most expensive for coal

New research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance says solar and wind costs in Australia lowest in Asia, but new coal generators would be 50% more expensive.

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Wind and solar will soon become ‘least-cost option almost universally’

Wind and solar will soon become ‘least-cost option almost universally’

The average cost of developing wind projects will fall by 32% and the cost of solar PV projects will fall by 48% by 2040.

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Rooftop solar, battery storage to dominate Australian grid

Rooftop solar, battery storage to dominate Australian grid

Bloomberg New Energy Finance says consumers will provide more than half of Australia’s electricity needs by 2040, with 37GW of rooftop solar, and 33GW of battery storage. This reflects a global trend. Centralised generation will be in decline, but it will still take a lot to kick last coal generators out of the market.

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The world's $7.7 trillion renewable energy boom

The world’s $7.7 trillion renewable energy boom

Global energy markets facing watershed moment as BNEF predicts two thirds of new investment to 2030 will be in renewable energy.