Daily update: Utilities wake up to threat of mass grid defection

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Daily update: Utilities wake up to threat of mass grid defection

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Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail200.atl81.rsgsv.net

3:09 PM (9 minutes ago)

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Utilities wake up to threat of mass grid defection, CCA warns on action as Abbott’s advisor rejects science, Clean energy manufacturers warn of doom if RET slashed, Yingli, NGOs launch campaign as polling backs renewables, Slash Australians’ power bills by beheading a duck at night, The death of another beautiful game? Women smart than men on climate and clean energy, Massive Oz coal project dumped in face of China energy revolution.
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At least one of Australia’s big retailers has woken up to the threat of mass grid defection, as solar and storage make competitors of their consumers.
Australia’s independent climate policy advisor calls for stronger climate policies, while Abbott’s business advisor says climate science a con.
Australia’s few clean energy manufacturers – including one transitioning from car industry – have warned of job losses and closures if RET is changed.
World’s 2nd biggest turbine maker warns China companies took Abbott at his word, while world’s biggest solar manufacturer says Australia could be International laggard.
NGO’s launch “Stop the Dinosaur” campaign to protect renewables target, as new polling shows overwhelming support for green energy.
Solar has slashed demand for electricity during the day, but left evening peak power demand largely unchanged. That’s why we now need to behead a duck.
The EU’s ‘bought’ proposal to kill off renewable energy makes FIFA’s decision to hold the 2022 World Cup in Qatar look scrupulously honest.
More women accept the science of climate change, and the benefits of renewable energy, than men.
Another major Australian coal infrastructure project – a proposed 180m tonne coal port – has been dumped as coal markets turn and China

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