Daily update: Solar costs tipped to halve and beat wind in 5 years

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Daily update: Solar costs tipped to halve and beat wind in 5 years


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Solar costs tipped to halve and beat wind in 5 years, RenewEconomy sets new readership milestones, Happy birthday Carbon Tax, Big 4 banks asked to boycott Qld coal expansion, Should RET be redesigned to encourage energy storage, Disruptive technologies are, well, disruptive, Clean energy access market valued at $12bn, Indonesia, losing primary forest at unprecedented levels, Germany’s Renewable Energy Act, and meet the new all-electric BMW i3.
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Would the prospect of more solar and less wind mollify the Coalition’s antipathy to the renewable energy target? First Solar says utility scale solar costs can match that of wind within five years, but only if such plants are deployed at scale.
A big thanks to readers, as RenewEconomy passes the 5 million mark of total page views and heads for 4 million in a single year.
As Australia’s carbon laws turn two, a new report shows how successful they have been, even despite the Abbott government’s plans to axe them come July.
Internet campaign calls on Australia’s Big 4 banks to withhold funding from Qld coal part expansion project which threatens Great Barrier Reef.
Spanish renewables group suggests adjustment to RET to encourage energy storage, to help mitigate network costs.
As customers produce more of what they consume, they buy less from the incumbents, forcing the rates to rise even further for the remaining customers.
Fastest, cheapest, and most effective means of ending energy poverty is CES4all – and it’s going to create a $12 billion annual industry by 2030.
New study shows Indonesia has the highest rate of loss in tropical primary forests in the world, overtaking Brazil.
Germany’s Bundestag has put an end to its Energiewende as a citizen movement and handed power back to the big utilities.
BMW’s all-electric i3 has been rated the most

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