Daily update: Solar turns tables on Australia’s electricity markets

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Daily update: Solar turns tables on Australia’s electricity markets

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Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail198.atl21.rsgsv.net

3:09 PM (8 minutes ago)

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Solar turns tables on Australia’s electricity markets, The remarkable energy transition in SA, Does Tony Abbott believe the moon is made of cheese? Australia’s “best” wind energy project changes hands, World wind energy capacity to double by 2020, City of Sydney extends solar roll-out to historic Rocks, Nsw cuts solar tariffs as Qld lifts network costs, Communities and wind power, and Grid parity still doesn’t matter.
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Obama says those who reject the science of climate change are akin to those who think the moon is made of cheese.
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City of Sydney adds 82kW solar array to recreation centre in historic Rocks.
IPART announces yet another cut to the recommended tariffs for export to the grid from rooftop solar owners.
Community-owned projects has underpinned renewable energy in Europe and has major potential in Australia.
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