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Plagues of extreme weather descend on Australia, with destructive hail, dust storms and flooding – Washington Post

  1. Plagues of extreme weather descend on Australia, with destructive hail, dust storms and flooding  Washington Post
  2. Destructive Hail And A Massive Dust Storm Descend On Fire-Ravaged Australia  NPR
  3. Australian summer struggle: Dust and hail play havoc after fire – New element to the extreme weather  Economic Times
  4. Extreme weather patterns: Dust storms and giant hail batter bushfire-weary Australia  RTL Today
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Australia wildfires long-term effects could contribute to even more extreme weather events – Mic

Australia wildfires long-term effects could contribute to even more extreme weather events  Mic

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Australia just recorded its hottest day in history, capping a year of extreme temperatures around the world – Business Insider

  1. Australia just recorded its hottest day in history, capping a year of extreme temperatures around the world  Business Insider
  2. Australia has its hottest day on record as Sydney residents brace for heat, fires and smoke  The Washington Post
  3. Australia hits record-high temperatures amid wildfire battle  Mic
  4. Australia experiences hottest day on record and its worst ever spring bushfire danger  The Guardian
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Team Tesla At The Special Olympics Australia

Spread far and wide over the globe, the Special Olympics is changing the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities. This worldwide movement is one that empowers the human spirit by lifting limitations through inclusiveness. It encourages people to be a part of something bigger than themselves. We may know of the Special Olympics through its work with sporting events, but it is so much more than that

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Tesla Grid-Scale Battery In South Australia To Get 50% Larger

Neoen, the owner/operator of the Hornsdale battery in South Australia will expand its size by 50% by the middle of next year, further stabilizing the grid and saving utility customers money.

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Array Technologies Selected For One Of The Largest Bifacial Solar Projects In Australia

https://arraytechinc.com/array-technologies-selected-for-one-of-the-largest-bifacial-solar-projects-in-australia/Bifacial solar cells and panels are moving more seriously into play now thanks to cost drops and efficiency improvements. A bifacial solar panel is essentially a solar panel that can collect energy from the front side and the rear side (a normal monofacial panel only collects energy from one side). Array Technologies boosts that technology even further with solar tracking technology, capturing much more sunlight than a normal solar array

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Australia Electric Vehicle Sales & Interest Soaring With Tesla Model 3 Arrival

Consumer interest in electric vehicles is rapidly growing Down Under. The latest report from Aussie EV industry group the Electric Vehicle Council (EVC) describes major increases in the number of consumers that are researching and/or considering buying EVs

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Tesla Model 3 In Australia: How Does It Compete?

Tesla just recently introduced the Model 3 to Australia, on the first of September. How does the Model 3 compete in Australia? Media outlets in Australia are already reporting sales in the thousands, but initial sales don’t necessarily signify competitiveness. Or do they

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Battery Incentives Meet VPPs: The Next Step For Battery Attractiveness In Australia

Enabling households to tap into battery value streams additional to the standard ‘solar self-consumption’ approach will be crucial in driving uptake by making batteries more attractive. These include hard, financial benefits like virtual power plant (VPP) participation revenues (for energy market participation as well as grid services) which help shorten payback periods, as well as non-financial benefits such as improved energy self-reliance and blackout protection

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Storm-o-nomics: Why Australia should be more prepared for extreme weather – Sydney Morning Herald

Storm-o-nomics: Why Australia should be more prepared for extreme weather  Sydney Morning Herald

We need to prepare for more frequent, and more intense, extreme weather events.

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