Daily update: Ergon to set California-style energy storage target for 2020

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Daily update: Ergon to set California-style energy storage target for 2020


Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail68.us2.rsgsv.net

2:24 PM (15 minutes ago)

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Ergon to set California-style enery storage target for 2020, Rooftop solar uptake still highest in low-income Australia, Sunpower says Australia could be global leader in local generation, Fossil fuel subsidies costing global economy $2tn, What’s the greenest car? How resilience is driving energy localisation, The cost of the energy transition in the power sector, NY orders utilities to focus on local generation & storage, PUP needs to go back to school on carbon facts.
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