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Could a 'Tesla smile' cure the Coalition's climate blindness? Plus: the RET Review panel member who called for an end to solar subsidies... and then installed his own PV system; Abbott's Australia hits rock bottom in the global green economy; the history – and future - of the solar revolution; gas bill price shock predicted at up to $300 more a year; Graph of the Day; Qld-made EV fast charging technology wins EU supply deal; What's making Australia's energy policy sick; why we shouldn't get too excited about the latest nuclear fusion hype; and the Australian cleantech winners nominated in the global top 30.
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A test drive in a Tesla - and a collective "Tesla smile" in the conservative ranks - might give the Abbott government an insight into the future. And how the confluence of renewables, storage and software will shape the future.
One of the key members of the Warburton Review that recommended the end of subsidies under the renewable energy target has just installed a large solar system on a rural property – using the very same subsidy that he wants abolished.
International report ranks Australia last on leadership & climate change, as carbon price repeal thrust the country into reverse in low-carbon race.
A new book by solar pioneer Peter Varadi charts the history of solar PV and looks ahead to what our solar-powered energy future might look like.
Report says governments should clear way for Australian gas export boom, despite fact it could drive up household gas bills by $300 a year in some cities.
Cool graph underlines renewables penetration in Australia, as AEMO observes no issue with SA having 100% renewables, as long as interconnector stays connected.
Brisbane-based Tritium signs deal to supply its world-leading Veefil fast charge technology to EV networks across Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
When two of the most powerful men in Australia profess to being repulsed by renewable energy harvesting wind turbines, we have a serious problem.
Lockheed Martin says it's working on a compact nuclear fusion reactor that could be deployed in 10 years. Physicists aren’t getting their hopes up just yet.
Four previous winners of Australian Technologies Competition (ATC) named in Global Cleantech Cluster Association 2014 Later Stage Awards Global Top 30.

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