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Category: Graphs

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Graph of the Day: Australia's grid-scale storage boom, mapped

Graph of the Day: Australia’s grid-scale storage boom, mapped

New Climate Council report highlights growing number of large scale energy storage projects being rolled out across the east and west coast grids.

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Graph of the Day: Renewables overtake coal in European electricity supply

Graph of the Day: Renewables overtake coal in European electricity supply

Analysis shows renewable energy generation supplied more of Europe’s electricity than coal in 2017 for the first time ever.

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Graph of the Day: Green bonds soar to record $163bn in 2017

Graph of the Day: Green bonds soar to record $163bn in 2017

Annual issuance of green bonds not only passed $100bn in 2017, it sailed right past it, says BNEF, driven by 67% yoy growth.

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How China is driving global green shift in electric power sector

How China is driving global green shift in electric power sector

The IEA has recently published its new report Renewables 2017, which received maximum coverage around the world for its argument that solar PV is now growing faster than any other energy source.

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Graphs of the Day: A really bad day for so-called "reliable" coal

Graphs of the Day: A really bad day for so-called “reliable” coal

Multiple fault with multiple coal generators on Monday highlight the perils of relying on “baseload” coal to keep the lights on.

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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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Rooftop solar pushes WA grid demand to 8-year low

Rooftop solar pushes WA grid demand to 8-year low

Rooftop solar has helped push grid demand in Western Australia to its lowest levels in more than eight years.

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Graph of the Day: Victoria nears 50% renewables over weekend

Graph of the Day: Victoria nears 50% renewables over weekend

Hot and windy Spring weather saw Victorian solar and wind power generate enough to meet to 44.6 per cent of local demand on Sunday.

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Graph of the Day: Negative prices in windy South Australia

Graph of the Day: Negative prices in windy South Australia

South Australia electricity prices plunge into negative territory.

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Graphs of the Day: Wind fast, solar faster, batteries fastest

Graphs of the Day: Wind fast, solar faster, batteries fastest

Four charts show that in the global race to build new energy capacity, wind is fast, solar is faster, and batteries will be faster again. Meanwhile, coal power…

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Graph of the Day: What we need, what we're getting

Graph of the Day: What we need, what we’re getting

How Turnbull’s National Energy Target will be worse for the renewable energy sector than no policy at all.