We must reverse course from energy failure

Source: The Australian Financial Review | October 9, 2019

9th October 2019 Malcolm Turnbull first declared a national energy crisis at The Australian Financial Review’s Business Summit in March 2016, calling an urgent meeting with liquefied natural gas company bosses ahead …
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Yackandandah takes one step closer to 100% renewable energy

Source: One Step Off The Grid | October 4, 2019

4th October 2019 Yackandandah has moved one step closer to reaching its 100 per cent renewable energy target for 2022 after 10 public buildings in the Victoria town flicked the …
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Basslink interconnector to return ahead of schedule

Source: Basslink | September 26, 2019

26th September 2019 The Basslink Interconnector is expected to return to service on Monday 30th September, a full two weeks earlier than previously anticipated. The interconnector has been offline since …
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‘Tipping point’: Energy regulator says electricity grid won’t cope with more solar

Source: The Age | September 26, 2019

26th September 2019 Australia’s ageing electricity grid risks being overwhelmed by solar panels unless the government and companies take urgent action to avoid higher power prices for consumers. The warning …
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Big investors say wind, solar projects at risk without change to transmission pricing

Source: Renew Economy | September 25, 2019

25 September 2019 Investors who together account for more than $11 billion in renewable energy investments in Australia have warned that billions of dollars of new wind and solar projects …
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