Daily update: Tony Abbott’s renewable czar: Nuclear only alternative to coal

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Daily update: Tony Abbott’s renewable czar: Nuclear only alternative to coal

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Tony Abbott’s renewable czar, Wind energy to fall 40% with Abbott policy changes, RWE CEO’s energy vision, ARENA & Macfarlane celebrate government funded wave energy, Mint plans to install one of ACT’s biggest solar arrays, Crowdfunding set to top $5bn to US rooftop solar, Utilities disagree on how EPA should regulate emissions, Air Con chilling the benefits of EVs? and A new way to cut a UN climate deal.
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Dick Warbuton, Abbott’s hand picked head of the review of Australia’s renewable energy target review, wrote that nuclear energy was the only alternative to fossil fuels, and quoted some outlandish costs of renewables. Could he change his mind?
Report predicts repeal of carbon price and winding back of RET would cut large-scale renewable generation, like wind, by 40% by 2020.
Head of coal and nuclear giant RWE says his dream is to put “solar panels on your roof, a battery in your shed, and a heat pump in your cellar.”
ARENA and energy minister Macfarlane celebrate government support for world-leading Australian wave energy technology.
Royal Australian Mint calls for tenders to install solar PV on building’s 900-square-metre roof to cut grid power usage, electricity costs and carbon.
SolarCity says crowdfunding for rooftop solar set to explode; Goldwind applies for Gullen changes; Atlantis to test tidal turbine in China; Oasys eyes Oz.
Government’s efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions may be pitting utilities that rely on coal-fired power plants against those that don’t.
EV’s “dirty little secret” in the form of car air conditioning is not so dirty, and not so secret.
Could changing the decisions process from vetoes to majority voting force climate negotiations to make more substantial

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