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Daily update: How Coalition proposes to kill $20 billion renewables industry


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How coalition proposes to kill $20b renewables industry; Hydro Tasmania dumps King Island; Solar cheaper in India than imported coal; US banks opt out of Abbot Point; Australian again blasted by record heat; Coal biggest threat to Great Barrier Reef; When Tesla takes hold in Australia, your car dealer won’t like it; and How clean are hydrogen fuel cell EVs?
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Only a handful of small solar projects have been committed this year, showing the impact of the Coalition’s war on renewables. Meanwhile, new research reveals the true impact of a “real” 20 per cent target as Coalition plays fast and loose with targets.
Hydro Tasmania has dumped idea of building $2bn wind farm on King Island, but still harbours dreams of providing baseload renewable energy to mainland.
Results of latest solar auction shows solar PV projects in India are cheaper than the electricity price needed to pay for imports of coal from Australia.
Citigroup and Morgan Stanley say no to Queensland coal mines and ports, but UNSW says yes to fossil fuel future.
Another sweaty weekend for Australians with Saturday’s continent-wide average maximum topping 36°C — a record for October.
Reef historian Iain McCalman, and reef scientist Stephen Palumbi, are monitoring reef degradation from opposite sides of the planet. They compared notes.
Tesla’s introduction to Australian roads promises to change both the type of cars we drive and potentially the way we buy them.
Long planned and anticipated, the first production-version FCEVs are rolling out and more are on their way, but how clean are they?

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