Daily update: Fossil fuels, utilities, petrol cars to be obsolete by 2030

30 June, 2014 Uncategorized0
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Daily update: Fossil fuels, utilities, petrol cars to be obsolete by 2030


Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail63.atl11.rsgsv.net

2:41 PM (23 minutes ago)

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Fossil fuels/utilities/petrol cars to be obsolete by 2030, Why Ergon wants to keep new solar off the grid, Carnegie commits to Australia after ARENA pitches in $11m, Wind energy was the new base load in Aus last week, Perth gets 2 largest rooftop solar systems, Has the death spiral begun? Rogue PUP and anti=greens underline RET security, Will homeowners be more important than power plants? What price the Great Barrier Reef? Cali continues to set daily records for utility scale solar energy, and Silex looks for buyers for solar technologies.
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