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Category: Graphs

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Graph of the Day: South Australia’s shifting fuel mix

Graph of the Day: South Australia’s shifting fuel mix

After a low-wind month in June, July’s high wind output means very little reliance on Victorian imports and lower exposure to high-priced gas in SA.

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China heading for 230GW of solar by 2020

China heading for 230GW of solar by 2020

New annual targets released by China on Friday suggest a total installed capacity of around 230GW by 2020, triple the total at the end of 2016.

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Graph of the Day: Tesla battery popular on both sides of politics

Graph of the Day: Tesla battery popular on both sides of politics

Scott Morrison compares Tesla’s big battery to the Big Banana and the Big Prawn, but polls shows even Coalition voters think it’s a good idea.

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Record half year for rooftop solar after another bumper month

Record half year for rooftop solar after another bumper month

Australia records highest installation rate for rooftop solar in six months to June, as homes and businesses prepare for soaring grid charges.

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One-quarter of Australian homes now have solar

One-quarter of Australian homes now have solar

Roy Morgan research shows almost one in four Australian households own solar panels – almost one-third in South Australia.

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Australian rooftop solar installs hit 93MW in May, highest since 2012

Australian rooftop solar installs hit 93MW in May, highest since 2012

Australian households and businesses are installing rooftop solar PV at record rate, with May total the highest since 2012 and year-to-date the highest ever.

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Graph of the Day: Wind, solar produce new record in UK

Graph of the Day: Wind, solar produce new record in UK

Clean energy provides 70% of demand in UK, with each of wind, solar and nuclear producing more than coal and gas combined.

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Big solar passes 100GW global milestone, Australia in reach of top 10

Big solar passes 100GW global milestone, Australia in reach of top 10

Global big solar installed capacity sailed past 100GW at the end of March, as even Australia approaches the global Big League, if it can overtake Thailand.

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Graph of the Day: South Australia's Anzac renewables bonanza

Graph of the Day: South Australia’s Anzac renewables bonanza

South Australia enjoyed a bumper harvest from its wind and solar plants last week. Such days will become more common as more projects are built.

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Graph of the Day: Germany's record 85% renewables over weekend

Graph of the Day: Germany’s record 85% renewables over weekend

Germany reaches record level of 85% renewable energy over long weekend, but days like this expected to be common by 2030.

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Tables - large scale renewable energy projects being built, or about to start

Tables – large scale renewable energy projects being built, or about to start

A table summarising the large scale renewable energy projects completed, under construction, or about to start in 2017.