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Why South Australia must, and will, lead world on renewables

Why South Australia must, and will, lead world on renewables

Opening of Tesla big battery this week illustrates how South Australia’s system black actually accelerated the shift to a clean energy future. The state is likely to double its renewable capacity, and lead the world on storage. It’s an inspiring story.

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Jay Weatherill on hydrogen, load-shedding, community activism and his critics

Jay Weatherill on hydrogen, load-shedding, community activism and his critics

The SA Premier talks eggs, sausages, solar thermal, battery storage… and why the federal Clean Energy Target still matters.

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Weatherill lets fly at right wing attack against renewables

Weatherill lets fly at right wing attack against renewables

Jay Weatherill in pugnacious mood at launch of Mark Butler’s Climate Wars book, promising to repeat his Frydenberg shirtfront with PM Turnbull if given the opportunity.

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CEFC keen to help finance S.A.'s 100MW battery storage plant

CEFC keen to help finance S.A.’s 100MW battery storage plant

CEFC says it working with SA government on finance package to support state’s 100MW battery storage project.

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Weatherill tears strips off Frydenberg for renewables "trash talk"

Weatherill tears strips off Frydenberg for renewables “trash talk”

SA premier and federal energy minister go toe to toe at battery storage trial launch, in first meeting since Coalition started bagging state’s renewable plans.

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South Australia to set path towards 100% renewable energy

South Australia to set path towards 100% renewable energy

South Australia premier says 50% renewable energy target – set for 2025 – will be reached next year, and the government will now plan to reach as close to 100% renewables as it can. It says this involves risks, but also huge opportunities. He’d also like an electric vehicle manufacturer to set up in the state.

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South Australia details $10 billion low-carbon investment plan

South Australia details $10 billion low-carbon investment plan

SA Premier Jay Weatherill has outlined four key strategies to achieve his government’s low-carbon investment target of $10bn by 2030.