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Liddell. Is it the future or the past?

Liddell. Is it the future or the past?

The future of the ageing Liddell coal fired power station in the Hunter Valley is the centre of discussions between owner AGL and the Federal Government, with suggestions public f ...

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Victorian supply at risk this summer, says AEMO

Victorian supply at risk this summer, says AEMO

Victoria has more than a 40 percent likelihood of a shortfall in energy supply in the coming summer, significantly higher than that of South Australia, according to the Australian ...

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Hydro’s big plans for Tassie

Hydro’s big plans for Tassie

Tasmania could double its power generation from 10,000MW per year to around 20,000 MW and drive down electricity prices in the island state. Hydro Tasmania's chief executive Steve ...

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Joyce turns sod at solar farm, talks up “clean” coal

Joyce turns sod at solar farm, talks up “clean” coal

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce turned the first sod at a new solar farm and visited a major wind project this week, days after saying the Government needed to build a new "cl ...

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Kidston project in line for major financing

Kidston project in line for major financing

The combined solar and pumped hydro project at the dis-used Kidston gold mine in Far North Queensland could qualify for a concessional loan under the Federal Government's $5 billi ...

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Tesla wins SA battery storage deal

Tesla wins SA battery storage deal

Elon Musk's Tesla will team with French company Neoen to build the world's largest lithium ion battery system in South Australia. State Premer Jay Weatherill made the announcement ...

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Turnbull talks up $3b in Tassie projects

Turnbull talks up $3b in Tassie projects

More than $3 billion in renewable energy projects in Tasmania could transform the state into a “battery storage” resource for the nation. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was in th ...

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AEMO blames software for SA crisis

AEMO blames software for SA crisis

A software setting for wind turbines has been isolated as the factor behind the South Australian power blackout in September last year. The final report from the Australian Energy ...

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Spark sees opportunity in SA “crisis”

Spark sees opportunity in SA “crisis”

Spark Infrastructure is reportedly supporting the investment of as much as $500 million to build new connection points for renewable energy projects in South Australia to better i ...

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Solar “Uber” trial kicks of in WA

Solar “Uber” trial kicks of in WA

Western Australian start-up Power Ledger has begun trialling its electricity trading software at the Busselton Lifestyle Village. The pilot project will see participants using Pow ...

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