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This may be as good as it gets for Australian wind energy

Wind energy in Australia has hit a record share of electricity production. But antipathy to wind turbines, and the anticipated trashing of supportive policies, means wind in Australia may be reaching its peak.

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Have beaten down renewable stocks turned the corner?

While the Renixx index a doom and gloom story on the surface about renewable energy companies, there is reason for optimism, writes Climate Spectator’s Daniel Palmer.

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Energy admission: wind, solar to be cheapest by 2030

The Bureau of Energy Economics now says solar and wind will provide the cheapest forms of energy, shaking up the nation’s electricity grid.

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Why do researchers help conference organisers make big bucks?

So why do public sector experts give up their valuable time to effectively donate their time and expertise to for-profit companies such as IIR?

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Energy: solar, wind technologies and a minister’s pessimism

Australia’s renewable industries already employ 8000-10,000 and turn over $2 billion. They deserve proper support, to help cut energy costs, employ Australians and reduce emissions.

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The wind beneath Google’s wings

Example #82732 of how Google is taking over the world: it’s now invested in wind farms. Specifically, a wind farm in the US with a projected capacity of 6,000 megawatts. But why is a search engine giant getting into the wind energy game?

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