Solar and wind the cheapest sources ofenergy and could power Australia, theClimate Commission says
SOLAR and wind could become the cheapestsources of energy and almost exclusivelypower the country in coming decades ascarb...
A report, to be released today by chief commissionerProfessor Tim Flannery, notes the vast potential fromsunlight and wind...
Prof Flannery said improvements had drivendown the cost of renewable energy so muchthat Australia’s uptake had increased m...
He said people might find it hard to believecommunities could one day be powered almostentirely by renewable energy, but p...
“It’s like anything, computers or mobilephones, they started off expensive andover time the cost just declines and we’vese...
But the report The Critical Decade: Generating aRenewable Australia has no detail around howrenewable energy and fossil fu...
But the report The Critical Decade: Generating aRenewable Australia has no detail around howrenewable energy and fossil fu...
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http://goo.gl/ACGP9 SOLAR and wind could become the cheapest sources of energy and almost exclusively power the country in coming decades as carbon prices climb, the Climate Commission says.

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Solar and wind the cheapest sources of energy and could power australia, the climate commission says

  1. 1. Solar and wind the cheapest sources ofenergy and could power Australia, theClimate Commission says
  2. 2. SOLAR and wind could become the cheapestsources of energy and almost exclusivelypower the country in coming decades ascarbon prices climb, the Climate Commissionsays.
  3. 3. A report, to be released today by chief commissionerProfessor Tim Flannery, notes the vast potential fromsunlight and wind and “solar PV and wind could bethe cheapest forms of power in Australia for retailusers by 2030, if not earlier, as carbon prices rise”.
  4. 4. Prof Flannery said improvements had drivendown the cost of renewable energy so muchthat Australia’s uptake had increased morethan a decade faster than earlier imagined.
  5. 5. He said people might find it hard to believecommunities could one day be powered almostentirely by renewable energy, but people would neverhave believed they would one day carry around littlecomputers in their pockets.
  6. 6. “It’s like anything, computers or mobilephones, they started off expensive andover time the cost just declines and we’veseen that with wind and now with solar,”he said.
  7. 7. But the report The Critical Decade: Generating aRenewable Australia has no detail around howrenewable energy and fossil fuel prices mightcompare in the future. Prof Flannery said technologymoved so quickly, it was impossible to formconcrete predictions.
  8. 8. But the report The Critical Decade: Generating aRenewable Australia has no detail around howrenewable energy and fossil fuel prices mightcompare in the future. Prof Flannery said technologymoved so quickly, it was impossible to formconcrete predictions.
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