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Coughing up for coal-fired power

Coughing up for coal-fired power

If Australian tax payers are made to cough up for a new coal plant in north Queensland, locals will also be coughing up – literally.

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Solar heads to 1c/kWh before 2020 after Mexico sets record low

Solar heads to 1c/kWh before 2020 after Mexico sets record low

Australia solar research leader Martin Green says solar heading to a price of 1c/kWh before 2020 after latest record auction result.

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Victoria utility installs first large-scale solar system on water tank

Victoria utility installs first large-scale solar system on water tank

Wannon Water says 100kW system first to be put on utility water tank in Australia, will provide all power for water treatment facility on sunny days.

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BHP sees 500MW solar and storage potential in disused mines

BHP sees 500MW solar and storage potential in disused mines

BHP has been told its legacy mines in north America could support more than 500MW of solar, wind and storage, turning liabilities into potential assets.

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Photon Energy reports a profitable third quarter

Photon Energy reports a profitable third quarter

Building on the strong half-year results, the company confirmed continuing revenue growth at 6.8% compared to 2016Q3 and a 2,5-fold increase in net profit compared to last year’s result.

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Is this the end for big wind and big solar in Australia?

Is this the end for big wind and big solar in Australia?

All eyes are on Victoria and the corporate sector for the future of large-scale renewables in Australia. With the renewable energy target now largely met, there is little else on offer for the pipeline of 20GW of wind and solar projects.

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Germany’s solar, wind generation hits high in October

Germany’s solar, wind generation hits high in October

PV and wind power systems generated 15 billion kWh of electricity in Germany in October, with renewables accounting for 44.1% of demand

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Rooftop solar pushes South Australia to record low demand (again)

Rooftop solar pushes South Australia to record low demand (again)

Rooftop solar – along with sunny weather and mild temperatures – push grid demand in South Australia to yet another record low.

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Herbert Smith Freehills advises New Energy Solar on its ASX listing and A$300 million public offering

Herbert Smith Freehills advises New Energy Solar on its ASX listing and A$300 million public offering

The IPO is expected to be priced at between A$1.45 and A$1.55 per stapled security, which will raise between A$100 million and A$300 million for a projected market capitalisation of between A$387.4 million and A$587.4 million.

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Herbert Smith Freehills advises lenders on the financing of central Queensland solar farm

Herbert Smith Freehills advises lenders on the financing of central Queensland solar farm

Emerald Solar Park is underpinned by a long term power purchase agreement with Telstra as offtaker. Reaching financial close marks the first banked transaction in Australia with a corporate PPA from Telstra.

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Construction begins on Emerald Solar Farm after financial close reached

Construction begins on Emerald Solar Farm after financial close reached

Emerald solar farm, Australia’s first large-scale offsite renewables corporate PPA, reaches financial close and begins construction.