Daily update: Solar to be world’s main energy source by 2050

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Daily update: Solar to be world’s main energy source by 2050


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Consumers push renewable energy as Abbott hedges on RET’ Rooftop solar PV provides 25% daytime demand in SA; Solar targets Newman; Solar to be world’s main energy source by 2050; Cutting carbon without the fuss; Largest battery storage project open; Modi seeks US funds for solar & wind; Australia’s forgotten renewable energy source; and dodgy politics in Latrobe Valley.
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