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Solar power in Australia: Yale Environment 360

My second piece for Yale Environment 360, a website produced out of Yale University to showcase reporting, analysis, opinion and debate on environmental science. This article presents a snapshot of the state of solar in Australia, rounding up  the policy and politics that have put solar units on so many Australian homes (highest proportion of households in the world) and how the technology is poised for wider takeoff. Link to article is here: http://e360.yale.edu/feature/despite_hurdles_solar_power_in_australia_is_too_robust_to_kill/2884/

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