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While the technology has not advanced far enough to make a full swap viable, some solar projects are already underway in the field and aid workers expect many more to follow

Read more: http://news.trust.org/item/20181011120428-ebfye

Biofuels will dominate future growth in renewables and are essential for decarbonizing the most difficult sectors; China and India should lead the way, argues new EIA report

Read more: https://www.thethirdpole.net/en/2018/10/09/asias-climate-arsenal-are-biofuels-back/

Australia’s conservative Liberal-National government has rejected the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report’s call to phase out coal power by 2050, claiming renewable energy cannot replace base-load coal power.

Read more: http://econews.com.au/58886/lib-nat-government-defies-ipcc-climate-warning-to-back-coal/

PUERTO PRINCESA, Philippines, Oct 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Theresa Walgraeve and her husband set up their 15-room resort in Puerto Princesa, a city on the Philippine island of Palawan, they worried about mosquitoes and monsoon damp - and the high cost of electricity.

Read more: http://news.trust.org/item/20181008005955-ze77x/

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) bioenergy from liquid biofuels and biogas will lead growth in renewable energy consumption to 2023, due to its rising use in the heating and transport sectors.

Read more: http://econews.com.au/58877/report-bioenergy-leads-growth-in-renewable-energy-consumption-to-2023/

The Labor opposition’s shadow assistant minister for climate change and energy has said Australia is in a position to replace thermal coal exports with the export of renewable energy technologies if the parliament can settle an energy policy and end a decade of policy chaos.

Read more: http://econews.com.au/58864/labor-australia-can-remain-energy-superpower-if-climate-wars-end/