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Extra solar rebates for households who missed out

By Noel Towell - The Age - May 21, 2019 Hundreds of households who missed out on the first tranche of the state government solar subsidies will get their rebates after all, the new boss of Sol...

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Warren Buffett-backed BYD in Australian electric car deal

Written by Simon Evans / Financial Review / 15 May 2019 Chinese electric car company BYD Co, in which Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway holds a stake of 25 per cent, has signed a deal with an A...

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Exxon predicted in 1982 exactly how high global carbon emissions would be today

Written by Kyla Mandel / Think Progress / 14 May 2019 CO2 in the atmosphere has reached unprecedented levels. The concentration of carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere reached an unpreced...

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W.A. to fund solar farms in six remote indigenous communities

Written by Sophie Vorrath / One Step Off The Grid / 10 May 2019 Up to 4MW of solar will be installed across six remote indigenous communities in Western Australia, as part of an $11.6 million pla...

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Ikea to begin the sale of solar modules in Sweden

Written by Emiliano Bellini / PV Magazine / 9 May 2019 By 2025, the furniture giant plans to offer solar panels worldwide at its stores. The company is in negotiation with potential partners and ...

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China remains the world’s worst polluter but did you know it’s also a leader in renewable energy?

By Christina Zhou - ABC News - 2 July 2019 Shanghai, one of the world's most populous cities, will today enact strict green policies limiting disposable tak...

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The US produced more energy from renewable sources than from coal for the first time ever in April – despite President Trump pledging to ‘bring coal back’

By Danyal Hassain - Daily Mail Australia - 27 June 2019 In April, for the first time ever, the US produced more energy from renewable sources than from coal...

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Australia’s still building 4 in every 5 new houses to no more than the minimum energy standard

By Trivess Moore, Michael Ambrose & Stephen Berry - The Conversation New housing in Australia must meet minimum energy performance requirements. We ...

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