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Daily update: How to live off the grid


Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail28.wdc01.mcdlv.net

1:17 PM (51 minutes ago)

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Energy wars, AGL accuses networks of gold plating; Renewables campaign launches as Abbott heads for bunker; How to live off the grid; How solar, storage, EVs will make homes $1,500/yr better off; The dirty secrets behind ‘Clean Coal’ advertising campaign; Energy policy assessment; Can new small wind companied duplicate success of solar industry; Direct investment in renewables; Can India achieve 100% renewable energy; and grid parity coming in more than half of US states.
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