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Widespread coal closures opens path to 100 pct renewables

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Further reduction of coal-fired power in Australia has been confirmed (Sept 2022), with major renewable initiatives by the Queensland, NSW and Victorian Governments and the early closure of AGL's Loy Yang power station.

The NSW Government is launching their Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap and first Renewable Energy Zone tender. The Queensland government aims to achieve 80 per cent renewables by 2035 and Victoria announced its first big energy storage target, using “advanced inverters” from a big battery to supply system strength. Together with the AGL departure, the 100% renewable target is is sight.

https://reneweconomy.com.au/stunning-week-of-early-coal-closures-opens-path-to-100-pct-renewables/

https://reneweconomy.com.au/nsw-launches-first-stage-of-australias-biggest-shift-from-coal-to-renewables/

https://reneweconomy.com.au/queensland-ramps-up-renewables-push-with-new-target-of-70-pct-by-2032/



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