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Energy Matters Video News - Episode 29 - April 15, 2011


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Energy Matters video news
Presented by Energy Matters team member Virginia, we take a look at some of the stories from Australia and around the world recently added to our renewable energy news section.
In this episode, Virginia covers legislation to boost South Australia's solar feed in tariff, demand for fossil fuels outstripping clean energy deployment, rumours of a further reduction to the Solar Credits rebate and the viral effect of solar power.


In this episode:
- South Australia’s Minister for Energy Michael O’Brien recently announced the government’s decision to change the state’s Feed In Tariff scheme from 44 cents to 54 cents per kilowatt hour. Read more.
- According to the International Energy Agency’s first Clean Energy Progress Report, demand for fossil fuels is still outstripping deployment of clean energy technologies. Read more.
- The Sydney Morning Herald has stated that the government is considering reducing the solar rebate multiplier even earlier than expected.. Read more.
- Households installing solar power systems now are likely playing a bigger role in the Australian renewable energy revolution than they realise. Read more.



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