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Why the NEG could be a "terrible outcome" for renewables

Why the NEG could be a “terrible outcome” for renewables

NEG design could have immediate impact on large-scale renewable energy projects, particularly those looking to by-pass control of big gen-tailers” and go “merchant”.

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The myth that Adani coal is boom or bust for Queensland economy

The myth that Adani coal is boom or bust for Queensland economy

Adani Power’s latest big loss underlines the fact that its Carmichael coal project makes no sense. One myth is that the local economy would be devastated if the mine doesn’t go ahead. But it’s simply not true, given the huge pipeline of solar, wind, storage, biofuel and battery manufacturing projects.

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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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Yates to retire as founding CEO of Clean Energy Finance Corp

Yates to retire as founding CEO of Clean Energy Finance Corp

CEFC CEO Oliver Yates to retire after overseeing $2.3bn in investments and steering Australia’s renewables industry through extended periods of policy uncertainty.

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CEFC hits record $837m of clean energy investments in 2015-16

CEFC hits record $837m of clean energy investments in 2015-16

Clean Energy Finance Corp marks 3rd year of operation with record investment level, plus 73% year-on-year increase in value of new investment commitments.

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CEFC's Yates says solar-to-hydrogen fuel cheaper than petrol in regions

CEFC’s Yates says solar-to-hydrogen fuel cheaper than petrol in regions

CEFC’s Oliver Yates says solar-to-hydrogen fuels already cheaper than petrol in regional areas. He would like hydrogen refuelling network to follow NBN. All he needs is fuel cell vehicles.

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Tide turns on fossil fuels as Norway quits coal, ANZ goes green

Tide turns on fossil fuels as Norway quits coal, ANZ goes green

Norway pension fund, the world’s largest, to dump coal investments; ANZ launches largest Australian green bond for investment in renewables and low carbon buildings, while investors try to force Chevron to return money to shareholders rather than throwing it away on fossil fuel exploration.

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CEFC saved in the Senate - a rare win for Australian renewables

CEFC saved in the Senate – a rare win for Australian renewables

The CEFC closure bill has been rejected in the Senate. But will a short term reprieve lead to long term salvation?

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CEFC could deliver half Australia's CO2 cuts, and make money

CEFC could deliver half Australia’s CO2 cuts, and make money

The under-siege CEFC says it could achieve half of Australia’s emissions reductions out to 2020, at no cost to the taxpayer – and still return money to the struggling Federal Budget. So will ideology and sloganeering triumph over smart policy?