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Another REDP grant fails, as Petratherm misses geothermal target

Another REDP grant fails, as Petratherm misses geothermal target

Another project allocated funds under the former Labor government has missed its target, with Petratherm advising that it is unable to raise funds for what was once considered one of the country’s flagship geothermal projects.

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Cost gap between renewables and gas is closing in US

Cost gap between renewables and gas is closing in US

Wind’s levelized cost of energy is catching up to gas in the US, and solar is only a step behind.

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Running on clean energy: “Question of social and political will”

Running on clean energy: “Question of social and political will”

US has technology and logistical ability to convert to all-renewable energy sources by 2050—if it can manage to exercise necessary social and political will.

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Geelong geothermal project in limbo after Victoria pulls funding

Geelong geothermal project in limbo after Victoria pulls funding

Greenearth Energy abandons 12MW geothermal energy project near Geelong after Victorian government withdraws $25m grant.

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Geodynamics to buy KUTh to expand island geothermal assets

Geodynamics to buy KUTh to expand island geothermal assets

Geodynamics to buy KUTh Energy to expand its Pacific Island geothermal projects.

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Obama should examine America's renewables rank

Obama should examine America’s renewables rank

Considering the fossil-fuel lobby’s failure to defeat Obama, and his newfound interest in climate change, where does the US rank in renewable energy development?

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Making our own luck with clean energy and mining

Making our own luck with clean energy and mining

Australia has been dealt a very good hand in the global mining boom – our abundant renewable energy resource is the ace in the hole.

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A smart grid and seven clean energy sources

A smart grid and seven clean energy sources

The Grattan Institute’s study into Australia’s energy future canvasses seven technologies that could help deliver an 80 per cent reduction in emissions by 2050 – wind, solar PV, solar thermal, geothermal, CCS, nuclear and bio-energy. And then there is the grid, and it’s need to be smart and play fair, and not just favour the incumbent coal and gas plants.

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Geodynamics eyes Solomon Islands project of up to 20MW

Geodynamics eyes Solomon Islands project of up to 20MW

Geodynamics joins the flood of Australian geothermal hopefuls seeking opportunities – and revenue – overseas with a power supply deal in the Solomon Islands.

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Australian geothermal stuck between a rock and a hard place

A tough year has capped off a decade of over-promising, and Australia’s geothermal industry faces an uphill battle to raise the funds needed to cover high upfront costs and prove the technology. Geodynamics soldiers on, but for many companies the answer lies in heading overseas.

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Geodynamics blows some steam at Habanero

Geodynamics blows some steam at Habanero

Positive flow test from a well deeper, harder, hotter than any other moves Geodynamics closer to delivering its first electrons from the Cooper Basin.