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When the heat is on, we need city-wide plans to keep cool Mathew Lipson, UNSW Australia and Melissa Hart, UNSW Australia The recent spate of heatwaves through eastern Australia has…

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The Conversation. Is 'clean coal' power the answer to Australia's emissions targets? Lynette Molyneaux, The University of Queensland As Australia’s energy debate heats up, some politicians are calling for cleaner…

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QLD Is Still Leading The Way in  Small-Scale PV System Installations Across Australia
This map shows the total number of small-scale renewable energy systems installed under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme in each state and territory, and the total kilowatt rated output for December 2016 and the national cumulative totals since 2001.

QLD Is Still Leading The Way in Small-Scale PV System Installations Across Australia

The Clean Energy Regulator has released the newest figures and statistics for December 2016 small-scale installations across Australia, with QLD having installed 2,254 small-scale systems or 12.4MW, with the next…

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Households cash in during QLD heatwave

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Press Release - Kirsty Waterford - Reposit Power Yesterday’s high temperatures saw Queensland Reposit Power customers take the heat off their electricity bills by earning GridCredits. GridCredits are a world first…

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