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Plunging cost of solar means peak coal looms in India

Plunging cost of solar means peak coal looms in India

New modelling predicts India is within a decade of peak coal demand for the power sector. This is sooner than anyone has predicted.

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China contractors and finance may help Adani's mega coal mine

China contractors and finance may help Adani’s mega coal mine

The potential involvement of China state-owned contractors and financiers may help Adani in its push for the mega coal mine in Queensland.

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South Korea’s new president likely to curb thermal coal imports

South Korea’s new president likely to curb thermal coal imports

South Korea is Australia’s second biggest customer for thermal coal, but election of Moon Jae-In as president raises doubts about future of coal generation in that country.

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Offshore wind costs maintain falling trend in Germany, Denmark, Holland

Offshore wind costs maintain falling trend in Germany, Denmark, Holland

Competitive auctions are causing developers to drop their expectations for government subsidies for off-shore wind projects.

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Australia’s natural-gas cartel is bleeding Australia

Australia’s natural-gas cartel is bleeding Australia

It’s hard to overstate the bizarre nature of the gas market in Australia.

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Coal is dying – it's time to put us out of its misery

Coal is dying – it’s time to put us out of its misery

Whoever wins the Federal Election will have no choice but to deal with the beginning of the end of coal. Yet the issue is barely on the political agenda.

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Wind on the rise in the US, coal on the wane

Wind on the rise in the US, coal on the wane

As coal dependence falters in US, wind-powered electricity generation is rising. In less than a decade, the mix of fuels used for generating electricity has undergone a major shift.