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NAIF: Any port in a storm

NAIF: Any port in a storm

NAIF’s first loan – to the oil and gas industry – is an effective subsidy to accelerate climate change.

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Lismore opens Australia’s largest floating solar farm, could add storage

Lismore opens Australia’s largest floating solar farm, could add storage

Lismore opens country’s biggest solar farm, and flags five fold increase in size and may add battery storage. The unique community funding model forms a key part of city’s push for 100 per cent renewable energy by 2023.

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A regulatory blow to Spain’s subsidised coal-fired electricity sector

A regulatory blow to Spain’s subsidised coal-fired electricity sector

Security-of supply justifications are seen in Spain as just political schemes to support the status quo. Hello Australia.

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‘We have to change capitalism’ to beat climate change, says world's biggest asset manager

‘We have to change capitalism’ to beat climate change, says world’s biggest asset manager

Top brass at the world’s largest asset manager says the rules governing investments are evolving to factor in environmental risks

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Conversion efficiency at 20.41%, LONGi solar creates world record of monocrystalline PERC module

Conversion efficiency at 20.41%, LONGi solar creates world record of monocrystalline PERC module

LONGi Solar announced that the independent third-party certification test organization, the company’s 60-cell PERC module achieved a photoelectric conversion efficiency of 20.41%, a new world record.

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$1.6 million garden island microgrid project milestone payment

$1.6 million garden island microgrid project milestone payment

Carnegie Clean Energy is pleased to advise that it has received a $1.63 million grant milestone progress payment from ARENA for the Garden Island Microgrid Project.

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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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Redflow produces first battery stacks in Thailand

Redflow produces first battery stacks in Thailand

Australian battery company Redflow Limited has achieved a second manufacturing milestone by successfully producing the first battery electrode stacks from its new factory in Thailand.

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Port Augusta solar thermal on track as renewables attract investment and create jobs

Port Augusta solar thermal on track as renewables attract investment and create jobs

Port Augusta solar thermal on track as renewables attract investment and create jobs Port Augusta’s 150 MW solar thermal power plant is on track, with SolarReserve opening its Australian headquarters in Adelaide.

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Two major new solar farms in SE Queensland going ahead

Two major new solar farms in SE Queensland going ahead

ESCO Pacific and Elliott Advisers (UK) Ltd. (“Elliott”) are pleased to announce the successful financial close of the 98MW Susan River Solar Farm and 75MW Childers Solar Farm.

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Australia’s ‘electric car revolution’ won’t happen automatically

Australia’s ‘electric car revolution’ won’t happen automatically

Electric cars might finally be having their moment in Australia, but falling costs alone won’t convert consumer sentiment into actual sales.