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MEDIA RELEASE: Government backs renewable energy target, Abbott needs to follow 

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Well 2012 has been a huge year for renewable energy. Keeping up with the speed of change in policy, politics, technology - and working through the challenges of ensuring the community voice is heard in the face of massive industry power - has my head hurting some working days! (and some non-working ones...)

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People Power: Solar votes have the power to decide the next Federal election

For the first time Australia has a solar electorate map which shows where householders are investing in solar panels and hot water systems to cut their power bills.

The new map will help federal MPs see just how many solar voters there are in their local area and demonstrate how important the Renewable Energy Target is for their electorate.

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Media Release: Origin rebuffed on cuts to RET

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Last week was Clean Energy Week - the one week each year when people from the renewable energy industry across Australia come together to conference, share ideas and showcase their products and businesses to others across the industry. The 100% campaign, led by an enthusiastic team of volunteers, was on hand to learn about the latest in technology development, policy and what needs to happen to get more renewable energy up in Australia.

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by Andrew Bray and Lindsay Soutar

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Yesterday both renewable energy and our campaign came under attack from two different sources. 

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A few days ago newly elected Queensland Premier Campbell Newman announced he was cutting a wide range of climate and energy programs, among them $75 million of co-funding for the solar flagships big solar Solar Dawn project.

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When was the last time our MPs saw the sun in their offices?

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