Daily update: Coalition makes it up in campaign against renewables, climate action

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Daily update: Coalition makes it up in campaign against renewables, climate action


Renew Economy via mail220.atl171.mcdlv.net 

3:39 PM (33 minutes ago)

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Coalitions makes it up in campaign against renewables; Community energy retailer aims to be Australia’s cheapest; QLD businesses not as lucky as Mick Fanning; Taking respite from renewable fiction; In no sense can an ETS be called a carbon tax; Carnegie wine grant to deliver more efficient wave energy; and Hilary Clinton’s plan to install half-a-billion solar panels.
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Coalition claims of cost of renewables are becoming more and more ridiculous. And so are the claims in the Murdoch Media, Even on Q&A, the ABC let Ron Boswell get away with – and even approved of – a litany of absurdities.
NSW community energy start-up Enova prepares IPO, with plans to be Australia’s cheapest green energy retailer and installer, and even to help locals quit the grid.
Many Queensland businesses will see huge increases by virtue of the new demand and power factor regime.
We can push the percentage of wind power further upwards, with relative ease. And that is genuinely exciting.
Here is a definition in search of a term: what do we call a calculated political strategy to confuse the citizenry in order to gain an electoral advantage?
Carnegie Wave awarded Australian Research Council grant to work with UWA on ways to improve energy cost, efficiency.
Hilary Clinton releases a fact sheet detailing her plan to fight climate change, and it focuses heavily on promoting clean energy generation across the country.

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