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Frydenberg and Abbott bump heads over energy policy

Source: The Guardian | May 29, 2018

Minister rebuffs former PM’s call to bring plan back to Coalition party room Josh Frydenberg has declined to bring his national energy guarantee back to the Coalition party room for a …
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Shared solar switched on at Melbourne apartment complex

Source: RenewEconomy | May 29, 2018

By Sophie Vorrath on 28 May 2018 The quest to extend the benefits of rooftop solar to Australia’s millions of renters and apartment dwellers has claimed a small but significant victory, with …
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Halogen light bulbs could disappear from Australian stores within two years

Source: The Guardian | May 28, 2018

Manufacturers will act early on September 2020 ban as LED already the preferred option Halogen lights will disappear from Australia within two years, as the industry and federal government pivot …
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Close collaboration delivers a summer of positive energy

Source: AEMO Energy Live | May 24, 2018

Despite the 2017-18 summer being the second-warmest on record, the National Electricity Market (NEM) did not experience any electricity customer supply interruptions due to insufficient generation, according to two reports …
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For $6 extra, AEMO keeps lights on and defies renewable skeptics

Source: RenewEconomy | May 24, 2018

By Giles Parkinson on 23 May 2018 Remember the predictions of inevitable blackouts made before last summer? Conservative commentators were hoping, even praying, for a major outage – just to show that renewable energy …
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