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Tag: "clean energy"
Old energy rules were all about locking in cheap base-load power, and supplementing it with more expensive capacity, generally gas, to meet the peaks. The new way is about putting in super-cheap, “base-cost” renewable power at the heart of the world’s grids.
We are in the midst of experiencing the impacts of dangerous global warming, which made it all the more jarring when the Federal Government came out championing the big polluters that are driving global warming.
Worldwide spending on clean energy fell 18 percent from 2015’s record high. However, even as spending ebbs, the amount of wind and solar connected to power grids around the world is still climbing.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo promises declining carbon emissions even as the state closes the Indian Point nuclear power plant.
This week in climate and energy policy, we are left in no doubt where power lies in Conservative government decision making.
After a record year in 2015, BNEF says “worryingly low” clean energy investment in Q3 2016 somewhere between a ‘flash crash’ blip, and ‘new normal’.
72% of Australians believe it is inevitable the country’s current coal-fired power stations will be closed and replaced with renewable energy. The real question is, how should we manage this transition?