Daily update: Energy storage – generators to be the biggest losers

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Daily update: Energy storage – generators to be the biggest losers

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RenewEconomy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail76.atl71.mcdlv.net 

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HSBC report says generators to be biggest losers of energy storage boom. Plus: Wind energy could supply 30% of Australia’s energy needs by 2025; UNSW solar PhD to lead PV powered simulated Mars mission; Munich’s race to 100% renewables; Maurice Newman’s latest climate target; 20 years of off-grid, solar living; Vic ALP flags state RET; Spanish island nears 100% renewables with hydro and wind; why oil-free mobility is an energy game changer; China mogul’s 50GW clean energy initiative; and Japan’s latest renewables tally.
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New report from HSBC says conventional generators will be the biggest losers from the upcoming energy storage boom, as both consumers and grid operators look to battery and other storage technologies. Germany will lead the way as they may be first to “storage” parity.
Windlab says RET could be met easily with wind energy alone. Wind farms could even supply 30% of Australia’s electricity by 2025.
UNSW solar PhD to spend 8 months in a solar + storage + HFC powered pod, set on a Hawaii volcano, as commander of NASA-funded simulated Mars mission.
Five years after setting its 100% renewables by 2025 target, Munich has hit the 37% mark. So what is the German city, and its utility company, doing right?
Tony Abbott’s main business advisor wants investigation into Bureau of Meteorology, accusing it of being caught up in global warming politics.
If you really want to understand how solar can change lives, you need to go to a remote area and Barkala Farm out past Coonabarabran is a long way from home.
Victoria Labor indicates for first time it will consider a state-based renewables target if the national target is dumped by Tony Abbott.
Most remote of Spain’s Canary Islands months away from becoming world’s first 100% renewable energy self-sufficient, off-grid island.
Revitalizing China’s innovation engine presents unique opportunities to accelerate the world’s next industrial revolution—especially in energy.
Billionaire who helped buy out Suntech announces plans to deploy geothermal energy, EVs, LEDs and energy storage on an unprecedented scale.
Japan has approved 71,780 MW of renewable energy projects, with solar representing 96% of the approved capacity, according to METI data.
Two main backers of campaign against development of 200-turbine wind farm on King Island found to be BRW Rich Listers and absentee land-owners.

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