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A 100% renewable grid isn’t just feasible, it’s already happening

A 100% renewable grid isn’t just feasible, it’s already happening

Debate over whether we can run electric grids on 100% renewables in coming decades misses a key point: many countries and regions are already there.

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Australia on cusp of new mining boom, driven by electric vehicles

Australia on cusp of new mining boom, driven by electric vehicles

We might not be driving them, but soaring global electric vehicle demand puts Australia in the front seat for a new mining boom, says BNEF.

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Spectacular falls for solar, wind and battery costs squeeze fossil fuels

Spectacular falls for solar, wind and battery costs squeeze fossil fuels

BNEF report highlights highlights falling costs of solar, wind and battery storage, which together are mounting an unprecedented challenge to fossil fuel power.

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Developing nations are driving record growth in solar power

Developing nations are driving record growth in solar power

Emerging markets now account for the majority of growth in solar power, according to new data from Bloomberg New Energy Finance .

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Australia to lead storage boom, as home batteries become "ubiquitous"

Australia to lead storage boom, as home batteries become “ubiquitous”

BNEF report names Australia among 8 countries to lead global energy storage boom, with market forecast to double six times over between now and 2030.

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BNEF says NEG could deliver 42% renewables by 2030, same as Finkel

BNEF says NEG could deliver 42% renewables by 2030, same as Finkel

BNEF say new Coalition plan could see 42% renewables by 2030, the same as Finkel. But rooftop solar will account for most new installations, and large-scale wind and solar could be sidelined by coal extensions. Still, BNEF describe it as innovative and elegant.

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Stunning tipping points mean coal will never be great again

Stunning tipping points mean coal will never be great again

The global energy industry is experiencing two major tipping points for wind and solar that means that coal will never be great again, no matter how much Conservative politicians and columnists may wish it to be so.

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Investors pour $1.5bn into Australian solar and wind energy in Q2

Investors pour $1.5bn into Australian solar and wind energy in Q2

Investment in wind and solar energy in Australia jumped 77 per cent, year-on-year, as part of a major global recovery, says BNEF.

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Solar and wind tipping points: One down and one to go

Solar and wind tipping points: One down and one to go

There is no question now that solar and wind will dominate the future of electricity. The question is how fast.

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Investing trillions in electricity’s sunny future

Investing trillions in electricity’s sunny future

NNEF has just published its fourth annual New Energy Outlook with electricity’s future looking sunny — and windy, too — to the tune of trillions of dollars of new investment.

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Leading the charge: Battery storage to jump-start clean energy transition

Leading the charge: Battery storage to jump-start clean energy transition

Battery storage is set to jump-start the clean energy transition while at the same time disrupting the traditional utility business model.