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Daily update: Regulator slaps down networks on more attempted gold-plating


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Regulator slaps down networks on more attempted gold-plating; AEMC paves way for changes in network pricing; Climate denying crusader behind Leyonhjelm RET campaign; Why Uralla wants to be first z-net town; Campaign launched for first community solar thermal+storage plant; What would success in Lima look like?; Why aren’t rural electric cooperatives champions of local clean power?; The micropower revolution is here; and Belectric unveils first battery storage facility.
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NSW town of Uralla wants to be Australia’s first zero net energy town, powered by 100% renewables, to boost local investment, address climate change.
NGO campaigns climate-minded people to invest in development of Australia’s first citizen-funded community solar thermal + storage plant.
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Micro-electricity producers are relatively small scale, inexpensive, and most importantly, produce little to no carbon emissions.
Belectric and Vattenfall cut the ribbon for a new battery storage facility at the Alt Daber solar power plant in Germany.

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