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Tag: "clean energy"

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New global leader of EV uptake emerges – in Massachusetts

New global leader of EV uptake emerges – in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Senate unanimously passes energy bill promising to dramatically reshape the vehicles and fuels that power its transportation system.

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New Costa Rica leader vows to take country towards oil-free future

New Costa Rica leader vows to take country towards oil-free future

Costa Rica already has close to 100% renewable power for electricity. Its newly elected president now promises to replace petrol and diesel in the transport system.

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5 reasons why clean energy future can’t be stopped

5 reasons why clean energy future can’t be stopped

No longer must we wonder whether renewable energy resources can power our future economy, but rather, “how quickly”.

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Strong investor support drives CleanTech Index to new highs

Strong investor support drives CleanTech Index to new highs

Australian CleanTech Index outperforms ASX200 again in December and Q2 FY18, as companies become mainstream, mature, profitable – and less reliant on government policy.

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China further cementing its clean energy dominance

China further cementing its clean energy dominance

IEEFA’s latest report finds that China continued to set itself up to dominate clean energy sectors during 2017.

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New appointments to the clean energy finance corporation board

New appointments to the clean energy finance corporation board

The new appointments bring experience and skills in finance and investment, energy markets and corporate governance skills and add to the geographical diversity to the Board.

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2017 showed global clean energy revolution is unstoppable, no matter what Trump does

2017 showed global clean energy revolution is unstoppable, no matter what Trump does

The solar, wind, battery, and electric car “miracles” have gone mainstream.

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Vestas, CWP get serious about plan to export 3GW wind and solar to Asia

Vestas, CWP get serious about plan to export 3GW wind and solar to Asia

Sceptics might call it crazy to run a clean power ‘extension cord’ all the way to Indonesia, but the ELEXI plan to export Pilbara generated renewable energy to Asia has a serious team behind it.

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What Frydenberg was told about why NEG was bad policy

What Frydenberg was told about why NEG was bad policy

There is a better alternative to the NEG, taking the lead of the UK, Germany, Portugal, even China, who have all set policy to move aggressively towards clean energy.

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Future-driven show heads to clean-energy hub Adelaide

Future-driven show heads to clean-energy hub Adelaide

The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition (AES 2018) is heading to the nation’s clean-energy leader, Adelaide, in 2018. Registrations to exhibit and sponsor are now open.

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NEG must grow new renewable energy capacity, not shrink it

NEG must grow new renewable energy capacity, not shrink it

It remains unclear how the NEG will ensure the investor confidence required to deliver a strong pipeline of new clean energy projects.