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  1. New studies support Australia’s transition to renewables
    New studies support Australia’s transition to renewables 9 Mar 2017

    A growing number of studies point to renewables as the most affordable and secure, in addition to environmentally-friendly, options for energy in Australia

    Oceania,Finance,Sustainable Energy,Carbon Reduction
  2. Marshall Islands becomes first country to ratify HFCs treaty
    Marshall Islands becomes first country to ratify HFCs treaty 1 Mar 2017

    The Marshall Islands have become the first nation to ratify a global deal to curb the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)

    Oceania,Worldwide,Policy,Carbon Reduction,COP 23
  3. North Victoria to acquire 3 solar farms totalling 320 MW
    North Victoria to acquire 3 solar farms totalling 320 MW 22 Feb 2017

    Three solar farms with a combined output of 320 megawatts (MW) are expected to be completed by 2018 in northwest Victoria, Australia

    Oceania,Finance,Sustainable Energy,Carbon Reduction
  4. New Zealand to play leading role in renewables & smart energy systems
    New Zealand to play leading role in renewables & smart energy systems 22 Feb 2017

    A new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) highlights the multiple reasons for New Zealand’s success in renewables and smart energy systems, as well as outlining the required steps to reform its heat and transport sectors

    Oceania,Policy,Sustainable Energy,Transport,Carbon Reduction,COP 23
  5. Renewables set for biggest year in half a century in Australia
    Renewables set for biggest year in half a century in Australia 17 Feb 2017

    2017 will be a big year for renewables in Australia with more than 20 large-scale renewable energy projects that are either under construction or pending construction, with a newly installed capacity of over 2,250 megawatts (MW)

    Oceania,Finance,Sustainable Energy,Carbon Reduction,COP 23
  6. Melbourne trams to be powered by solar energy
    Melbourne trams to be powered by solar energy 30 Jan 2017

    Melbourne’s tram network will become entirely powered by solar energy under a new proposal by the Andrews government to build large-scale solar farms in northern Victoria

    Oceania,Sustainable Energy,Smart Cities,Transport,COP 23
  7. Tesla powers an entire island using solar energy
    Tesla powers an entire island using solar energy 23 Nov 2016

    American automaker and energy storage company, Tesla Motors, announced on Tuesday that pacific island Ta’u, is now powered almost entirely from solar energy.

    Oceania,Tech. & Innovation,Sustainable Energy,Sustainable Innovation Forum
  8. New green technology predicts solar power generation
    New green technology predicts solar power generation 10 Nov 2016

    A solar farm in Western Australia is developing a new way of predicting solar power generation, thanks to cloud-tracking cameras

    Oceania,Tech. & Innovation,Sustainable Energy,Sustainable Innovation Forum
  9. World’s largest marine park created in Antarctica
    World’s largest marine park created in Antarctica 28 Oct 2016

    A landmark agreement has been signed by 24 countries and the EU to protect the Ross Sea in Antarctica.

    Oceania,Antarctica,Policy,Carbon Reduction
  10. Queensland on course to hit 50% renewables target
    Queensland on course to hit 50% renewables target 12 Oct 2016

    Experts outline three credible options that will allow the Australian state to hit its ambitious 50 per cent renewables target by 2030.

    Oceania,Tech. & Innovation,Policy,Sustainable Energy,Carbon Reduction

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