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October 7 Energy News

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Science and Technology:

¶ A major climate based on a 26-year record of observations tracking the emissions of carbon from artificially heated plots of the Harvard Forest in Massachusetts, reinforces fears about the possibility of a climate change “feedback” involving the planet’s soils. The study’s findings were published in the journal Science. [New Zealand Herald]

Forest (Photo: AP)

¶ The cost of stationary energy storage could fall by up to 66% by 2030, according to a new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency. The report, “Electricity Storage and Renewables: Costs and Markets to 2030,” also said that the falling price of batteries could stimulate 17-fold growth of installed battery storage over the period. [reNews]

World:

¶ The Gullen Range solar farm – the first in Australia to be co-located with a wind farm – has begun generation into the grid. The 10-MW solar farm…

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