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Daily update: Will Australia be to world climate talks what Poland is to Europe?


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Will Australia be to world climate talks what Poland is to Europe? Australia installs 1GW rooftop solar since Jully’13; First Aussie green bond released by Stockland; Deutsche Bank sees all 60 US states at solar grid parity by 2016; ANZ funds wind farm, but not in Australia; Solar train stations save up to 30% on power; Canadian climate denier touring Australia; Panasonic and Powertree Services to build solar-storage EV charges; From grid waste to good taste; and 4 reasons why LNG is wrong for electricity in the Caribbean.
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Europe has made the first substantive commitments of any major polluter towards an international climate deal. It puts a lie to Abbott government claims that the world is not acting, but raises fears that Australia could expand its role as a spoiler in international climate deal.
The installation of rooftop solar jumped in the September quarter as Australian households and businesses reacted to uncertainty about the future of the renewable energy target.
Property developer Stockland has launched Australia’s first green bond from a company – a $431 million issuance to raise funds for green building projects.
Setting the scene for a dramatic increase in the uptake in household and commercial rooftop solar in the world’s biggest economy.
After a week of being targeted by anti-coal protestors, ANZ closes a $315m funding round for the development of a wind farm – in the Philippines.
Five Victorian train stations built or upgraded for state government’s Regional Rail Link project use 100+ solar panels to provide power and hot water.
Backed by the Galileo Movement, Patrick Moore – who recently compared environmentalists to the Taliban – is touring Australia.
The offering will combine vehicle charging with solar PV and battery backup.
An innovative farm is hoping to turn a losing situation into a win-win by producing crops while reducing power grid waste.

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