Shell to cut asset values by up to $22 billion after coronavirus hit

Source: Reuters | July 2, 2020

2nd July 2020 Royal Dutch Shell plans to slash the value of its oil and gas assets by up to $22 billion after the coronavirus crisis hit demand for fuel …
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Surging renewables, COVID-19 pile more pressure on coal

Source: The Age | June 9, 2020

9th June Australia’s renewable energy output is on track to post its sharpest rise on record in the next two years, driving down power prices and intensifying the prospect of …
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Victoria’s Cohuna solar farm completed, joins queue for commissioning

May 28, 2020

Another solar farm, the 34MW Cohuna in Victoria, has completed construction and has now joined the queue for commissioning. Tempo Services, the principal contractor for the Cohuna solar farm, told …
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Cheap electricity is back in Australia

Source: RenewEconomy | May 8, 2020

8th May 2020 The futures market for wholesale electricity prices are dropping across the NEM. On a global level, electricity prices in Australia are once again towards the low end …
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Australia’s grid could handle a huge leap in renewable power by 2025

Source: The Age | April 30, 2020

30th April 2020 Australia’s main electricity grid will be able to accommodate up to 75 per cent renewable energy as soon as 2025, a higher share delivered sooner than the …
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