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Solar PV Prices to drop 

June 13, 2018

China has announced it will halt approvals of new subsidized utility-scale solar plants, creating what is expected to be a glut of panels and result in lower prices worldwide. After …
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Electricity Retailers have lowest level of trust as pricing system questioned by ACCC

June 13, 2018

Energy retailers have reached a tipping point as soaring retail prices reinforce a lack of trust in the industry by consumers. A recent survey commissioned by Landis + Gyr (through …
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NEG final draft due next week, reliability mechanism may never be triggered

Source: RenewEconomy | June 7, 2018

The Energy Security Board says it hopes to release a draft final report of the National Energy Guarantee at the end of next week, likely triggering months of intense debate …
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Pioneering ‘liquid air’ project can help store excess electricity

Source: The Guardian | June 6, 2018

A pioneering project in north-west England will turn air into liquid for energy storage to help electricity grids cope with a growing amount of wind and solar power. The world’s …
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AEMO, ARENA want to expand demand response trials

Source: RenewEconomy | May 30, 2018

By Giles Parkinson on 30 May 2018 The Australian Energy Market Operator and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency say they want to expand their successful trial of demand response activities, to facilitate …
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