Daily update: Time for Tony Abbott to admit his climate policy is cr*p

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Daily update: Time for Tony Abbott to admit his climate policy is cr*p

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Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail8.atl111.rsgsv.net

3:03 PM (6 minutes ago)

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Time for Tony Abbott to admit his climate policy is cr*p, World must invest $48trn to meet basic global energy needs, Napthine govt calls for gas to be included in RET, Australia slashed power emissions 17% but heading back to coal, Solar rush continues in Qld as Newman plans asset sales, Graph of the Day, Energy storage dominates opening days of EU solar conference, Oz wave power technology wins UK grant, Interview Fatih Birol, The extraordinary electric bike.
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Moves by the US and China to slash emissions and introduce carbon trading schemes leave the Abbott government’s policy positions untenable. The Far Right of what was once known as the Liberal Party knows this, which is why they have launched a preemptive attack on Malcolm Turnbull.
IEA calls for government policy to drive $48trn in energy investment needed to meet world’s basic energy needs to 2035 – $53 trn if you factor in climate.
Victoria’s Napthine government has called for the RET to be wound back in line with falling electricity demand, and for gas to be added to the mix.
Australia power sector cut emissions by 17% in 6 years – but those gains may be reversed by carbon price removal and diluting of renewable target.
Queensland households rush to solar as Newman puts generators up for sale and opens path for battery providers to co-invest in networks. Progress!
A neat history of solar economics illustrates that the continued expansion of distributed solar power may rely on modifying a bedrock of past solar policy.
Day one at Intersolar 2014 revealed the EU industry’s shift of focus to the next big thing – energy storage – and making it part of the solar offering.
UK grant helps Queensland-based wave power company set up office in Cornwall to test its breakthrough Wave Harvester technology.
The IEA’s renowned Chief Economist Fatih Birol notes that governments in particular have to take action to actively transform energy supply and end use.
Today, a new world record was established for electric motorcycles at the Isle of Mann TT; and it’s only qualifying day.

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