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December 18 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Australia Vulnerable To Power Bill Shocks Until We Break Gas Habit” • Power bill shocks will remain a threat unless Australia quickly ramps up renewables to decouple from global coal and gas markets, said Daniel Westerman, CEO of the Australian Energy Market Operator. He said wind and solar power can protect against future shocks. [The Age]

Wind turbines (Anna Jiménez Calaf, Unsplash)

  • “China EV Exports Surge” • China has had ambitious plans to dominate the world auto industry through EV manufacturing. A recent Bloomberg report says it looks like China’s ambitions are being realised. And a top EV exporter from China is none other than American firm Tesla. It will export more than 200,000 EVs from China this year. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Power To The People: The Neighbours Turning Their London Street Into A Solar Power Station” • Lynmouth Road appears to be an unremarkable part of London largely made up of redbrick Victorian terraces. There are similar streets all through London. But Dan Edelstyn and Hilary Powell are working to make the road into a power station. [The Guardian]
  • “Forward Power Pricing Drops In Australia In Response To Government Action” • Legislation for a gas price cap passed in the Australian parliament. The action had immediate effect on forward power pricing. The average Australian household was expecting a 36% increase in power bills in 2023–2024, but now it should hold to 13%. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Recent Rain And Snow Brought Some Relief To California’s Historic Drought. It’s Still Not Enough” • In the past three years California residents have gone through back-to-back historically dry years that triggered unprecedented water shortages and landscape-altering wildfires. Now, a barrage of rain and snow have brought a tiny glimpse of hope [CNN]

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