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Renewable Energy Market Report – NEG causes jump in prices

Renewable Energy Market Report – NEG causes jump in prices

Market uncertainty created by proposed National Energy Guarantee has caused longer term LGC prices to jump, while STC market worried about oversupply.

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How to find a site for a solar farm in less than 10 minutes

How to find a site for a solar farm in less than 10 minutes

Want to know where to connect a local solar farm to the grid? Now you can, in 10 minutes or less.

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Herbert Smith Freehills advises New Energy Solar on its ASX listing and A$300 million public offering

Herbert Smith Freehills advises New Energy Solar on its ASX listing and A$300 million public offering

The IPO is expected to be priced at between A$1.45 and A$1.55 per stapled security, which will raise between A$100 million and A$300 million for a projected market capitalisation of between A$387.4 million and A$587.4 million.

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NEG: A rushed job that takes us backwards, not forwards

NEG: A rushed job that takes us backwards, not forwards

National Energy Guarantee appears to be a plan to get through the Coalition Party Room, and then a plan to have a plan.
Unfortunately, that means many more months of uncertainty.

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Electricity emissions continue fall after Hazelwood closure

Electricity emissions continue fall after Hazelwood closure

Report says emissions have fallen after Hazelwood closure, but finds It hard to think of a more expensive & unreliable way to achieve reliable and affordable energy than prolonging the life Liddell coal generation.

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Governments should stick to their job of making policy

Governments should stick to their job of making policy

Fears of the unstoppable energy transition are reinforced and amplified by vested interests and selfish, small minded losers who try and slow it down. Look at how energy prices jumped since Coalition’s intervention on Liddell.

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Energy Efficiency market - commercial lighting takes centre stage

Energy Efficiency market – commercial lighting takes centre stage

Whatever the recent VEEC market volatility may imply, it seems clear that the intent exists within government to bring about change, the question now remains what will the end result be?

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WA bathes in sunshine, but poorest households lack solar panels

WA bathes in sunshine, but poorest households lack solar panels

Solar panels are still a rarity in WA’s lower-income areas.

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Infigen eyes commercial and industrial sector for new renewables

Infigen eyes commercial and industrial sector for new renewables

Infigen Energy reports a jump in profit for FY2107, as the company continues its transformation into an “active energy markets participant.”

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Know your NEM: The profits CLP didn't make from Australian brown coal

Know your NEM: The profits CLP didn’t make from Australian brown coal

The interesting takeaway from EnergyAustralia’s interim results, and other news from the NEM week that was.

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SolarEdge announces Second Quarter 2017 financial results

SolarEdge announces Second Quarter 2017 financial results

SolarEdge Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: SEDG), a global leader in PV inverters, power optimizers, and module-level monitoring services, today announced its financial results for the second quarter 2017 ended June 30, 2017.