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Daily update: Networks to defend grid by adding fees to solar, storage


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

3:09 PM (26 minutes ago)

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Networks to defend grid by adding fees to solar, storage; Solar provides far more jobs in Australia than coal; LEDs could slash street light energy usage by 97%; NSW networks should lead way into solar, storage microgrids; Australia Post and Bird Munchies go solar at NSW HQs; Citizen-funded solar system installed at SA community centre; SolarWorld wins again: US-China solar trade war deepens; and Stanford foresees $25k, 300 mile EV battery range with honeycomb battery.
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Online modeling tool uses 3D maps of Australian capital cities to help consumers estimate benefits of installing rooftop solar.
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Australia Post installs rooftop solar at NSW HQ to cut electricity costs by $65,000-plus a year; as does one of Australia’s bigggest bird seed makers.
A 10kW solar system at Gawler Community House SA becomes second such project funded by the Citizens Own Renewable Energy Network Australia (CORENA).
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