Victorians urged to cut power use this afternoon

Source: Australian Financial Review | January 31, 2020

Victorians have been urged by the Australian Energy Market Operator to lower electricity usage on Friday the 31st of January during the afternoon to avoid forced blackouts. They have stated …
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‘Game-changer’: AGL’s big battery deal set to help rise of renewables

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald | January 30, 2020

Energy giant AGL has committed to a $120 million battery to be built in Queensland that will strengthen the grid’s transition to renewable energy. The lithium-ion battery, due to be …
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South Australia on track to 100 pct renewables, as regulator comes to party

Source: Renew Economy | January 28, 2020

South Australia is aiming to have 100 per cent renewables within a decade, as the Australian Energy Regulator has approved the business case for a new interconnector between SA and …
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Australia’s coal and gas plants are breaking down every three days

Source: Renew Economy | January 21, 2020

Australia’s coal and gas plants has seen a break down occur every 3.2 days on average in the past two years, highlighting the unreliability and inefficiency of these power sources. …
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Rooftop solar catches wind in slow, but low priced start to 2020

Source: Renew Economy | January 21, 2020

21st January 2020 Gas prices are very soft. Coal prices have risen off their lows but are way down on last year. Rooftop solar almost caught wind as a share …
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