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  Clean energy projects win state support

The NSW government will spend $75 million to spur private investment in renewable energy and storage in the state ahead of the Liddell coal-fired power plant’s 2023 closure.
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Sydney Morning Herald, 30 September 2019

  How Britain ended its coal addiction

Once the world’s largest coal consumer, the UK is edging towards zero consumption of the fossil fuel in its energy mix. FT reporters document the transition.
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Financial Review, 2 October 2019

  Pubs clinch state-wide renewable energy deal to cut electricity bills

A ground-breaking deal between a brewing giant and one of the world’s biggest energy generators is poised to slash energy costs for up to 300 pubs across NSW.
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Sydney Morning Herald, 4 October 2019

  Bills to soar as discount energy plans expire

Thousands of Queenslanders who signed up for a 28 per cent discount on their energy bill are about to have that deal expire.
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9 News, 2 October 2019

  ACT has ‘100 per cent renewable’ electricity from today. But what does that mean?

The last stage of South Australia’s Hornsdale wind farm comes online today. With that, the ACT, more than 1,000 kilometres away, will “officially” be powered by 100 per cent renewable electricity.
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ABC News, 1 October 2019

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