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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.

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Know your NEM: All aboard the Finkel clean energy train

Know your NEM: All aboard the Finkel clean energy train

The highlights of the Clean Energy Summit, the 1200MW wind and solar plan for Windlab, and energy futures in a holding pattern.

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Generator Reliability Obligation: Do wind and solar need to beat the tax?

Generator Reliability Obligation: Do wind and solar need to beat the tax?

Developers of wind and solar projects may try and accelerate their projects to get in in front of the proposed generator reliability obligation.

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Hazelwood gone today – Liddell gone tomorrow. Are we ready?

Hazelwood gone today – Liddell gone tomorrow. Are we ready?

Early action on transmission should be at the top of the new Energy Security Board’s agenda if we are to connect enough wind and solar and hydro to replace retiring coal generators.

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Finkel: Let's not be railroaded into a bad deal on clean energy

Finkel: Let’s not be railroaded into a bad deal on clean energy

It is particularly important that State and Federal Energy Ministers, meeting tomorrow, do not lock in poor climate change and energy outcomes.

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Six things governments must do to reform the energy market

Six things governments must do to reform the energy market

Australia’s electricity market is no longer working and needs substantial reform. Here’s a list of six things that should happen.

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Low emissions target: Energy security needs a carrot and a stick

Low emissions target: Energy security needs a carrot and a stick

The proposed low emissions target is not a big vote winner for the Coalition, but doing nothing may well be a vote loser. These considerations may outweigh the risk of alienating its conservative rump and the coal lobby.