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Renewable energy beats coal in blazing Australian summer: Energy Audit
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28 February 2019
On 28 February 2019 Energy Matters reported:
Renewable energy outperformed coal over Australia's record-breaking summer of heat, data from The Australia Institute (TAI) shows. TAI's Climate and Energy Program audit shows large-scale solar farms ran at 93 per cent capacity during the unprecedented heatwave on January 25, 2019. On the other hand, Victoria's coal-fired power generators operated well below capacity in the lead-up to the Australia Day Weekend. TAI says the era of coal is coming to an end.
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. . . Traditional fossil fuel generation like coal and gas struggles to function when temperatures soar compared to renewable energy performance. ... Solar panels, however, are perfectly equipped to deal with Australia's increasingly punishing summers.
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