Daily update: Australian network operators ready to ditch poles and wires

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Daily update: Australian network operators ready to ditch poles and wires

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Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail346.us3.mcdlv.net

2:30 PM (25 minutes ago)

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Australian network operators ready to ditch poles and wires, First Solar, Acciona reconsider Australian renewable investments, Renewables investment falls, Sungevity cashes in as EU power giants turn to solar, Mudoch press takes aim at ACT’s 90% renewable plan, Margaret River winery taps solar PV, Was WA Senate really a vote against carbon tax? And Australia’s biggest coal state plans for life beyond coal.
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