October 2015
EcoGeneration;Oct2015, Issue 90, p8
The article contains news briefs on renewable energy industry of Australia including government's proposal on emission reductions as inadequate, the target to get 50% of nation's electricity from renewable energy by 2030, and agreement of SunEdison to develop one of the world's largest solar farms.


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