Daily update: Abe visit may hasten “solar fuel” exports from Pilbara

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Daily update: Abe visit may hasten “solar fuel” exports from Pilbara

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Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail14.wdc01.mcdlv.net

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Abe visit may hasten “solar fuel exports from Pilbara”; Four Corners brings out inner dinosaur from energy incumbents; Grattan capacity tariff proposal prices electricity unfairly; Aussie EV fast chargers heads for North American market; Graph of the day; Florida woman evicted for choosing to live off the grid; Why EV owners are so different from the rest of us;  and will the real Greg Hunt please stand up?
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Japan is looking to exploit Australia’s massive solar resources to generate “solar fuels” to address energy security issues at home. It could be a “green energy” market worth billions, and it could start in the Pilbara.
Four Corners report on renewables highlights obduracy of Australian policy makers and energy incumbents in face of energy revolution.
Rather than make things fairer for consumers, Grattan Institute’s capacity tariff proposal adds another layer of distortion to Australia’s electricity market.
Brisbane-based Tritium’s EV fast charger has won industry approval in the US and Canada, less than a month after its European debut.
Finance community does not accept global warming is paused, or reversing, as Abbott’s advisors would have us believe. The economic implications for Australia are huge.
The eviction of a Florida woman from her home for living “off the grid” raises interesting questions about the potential for mass grid defection.
Germany’s biggest power producer, born again renewable ‘enabler’ RWE, pens solar leasing deal with Conergy, aimed at attracting commercial customers.
Tesla EV owners are changing the way the electricity is consumed, stored and generated. They consumer more energy than others, but generate a lot of their own.
Greg Hunt claims carbon pricing should go because it is ineffective, but data shows carbon pricing has helped reduce emissions by 11% in 2 years.

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