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Yes, SA’s battery is a massive battery, but it can do much more besides — Kevin’s Walk on the Wild Side

Dylan McConnell, University of Melbourne Last Friday, the “world’s largest” lithium-ion battery was officially opened in South Australia. Tesla’s much anticipated “mega-battery” made the “100 days or it’s free” deadline, after a week of testing and commissioning. Unsurprisingly, the project has attracted a lot of attention, both in Australia and abroad. This is largely courtesy […]

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Record low electricity demand in South Australia, due to rooftop solar — Antinuclear

Rooftop solar pushes South Australia to record low demand (again) http://reneweconomy.com.au/rooftop-solar-pushes-south-australia-to-record-low-demand-again-47836/By Giles Parkinson on 6 November 2017 The combination of growing rooftop solar installations, mild temperatures and sunny weather has pushed South Australia’s grid demand to yet another record low, this time shaving around 6 per cent off the previous low set just six weeks ago. The new low […]

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Episode 89: Monsanto, Legal Action, Halted Roll Out, Sea Level Rise and Zero Carbon Fuel.

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South Australia’s Whyalla to become a booming renewable energy hub — Antinuclear

Whyalla steel city goes green with 1GW of solar and storage, http://reneweconomy.com.au/whyalla-steel-city-goes-green-with-1gw-of-solar-and-storage-92904/ UK billionaire Sanjeev Gupta has made good on his commitment to transform his newly acquired Australian steel business into a renewable energy powerhouses, announcing massive investments in solar and storage that will knock 40 per cent off his electricity costs. Gupta said on Monday that […]

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