Renewable Energy Target

The Renewable Energy Target, administered by the Clean Energy Regulator, is an Australian Government scheme designed to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases in the electricity sector, encourage the additional generation of renewable energy through financial incentives, and ensure that at least 20 per cent of Australia's electricity supply will come from renewable sources by 2020.

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15 Jul 2014 How does the Renewable Energy Target drive investment in renewable energy?
The Renewable Energy Target works by providing financial incentives to households and businesses to invest in, and gener ...
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10 Jul 2014 Register of solar water heaters (version 21) is now available
Register of solar water heaters (version 21) is now available.
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4 Jun 2014 TRNAUS software update now available for thermosiphon solar water heaters
Following adjustments to modelling, the TRNAUS software package has now been updated. Corrected in this software update ...
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27 May 2014 Natural Heat brand products certification to AS/NZS 2712 cancelled
The Clean Energy Regulator has been informed that the certification to AS/NZS 2712:2007 for NU Energy Natural Heat brand ...
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