Daily update: The global energy market’s moment of truth

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Daily update: The global energy market’s moment of truth

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Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail78.wdc01.mcdlv.net

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Global energy market’s moment of truth, 13 reasons why slashing solar incentives is dumb politics, China coal demand could halve by 2020, Qld farming town pushes for 400MW solar farm, Oz EV fast charger debuts in Europe, Developing nations leading global renewables growth, Is spying on anti-coal activists just tip of iceberg? India’s energy future, and Sungevity teams with E.ON to scale residential solar.
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