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To accelerate Victoria’s transition away from fossil fuels and towards zero-carbon electricity six new “renewable energy zones” will be established across the state’s regions.

Read more: https://econews.com.au/65911/victoria-puts-540m-into-six-renewable-energy-zones/

There may not be a ‘Green Deal’ planned in China but plans are in the making for a resurgence in solar installations as part of the forthcoming 14th Five-Year-Plan (2020-2025).

Read more: https://www.pv-tech.org/editors-blog/china-marches-on-with-solar-deployments-but-will-it-become-a-100gw-annual-market

Solar is expected to account for 60% of new renewable capacity additions by 2025 as it records stable growth in 2020.

Read more: https://www.solarpowerportal.co.uk/news/solar-growth-set-to-ramp-up-in-2021-as-renewables-sidestep-covid-19-impacts

Some of the world’s largest insurers and pension schemes are warning companies they invest in not to finance, insure, build, develop or plan new thermal coal plants or face sanctions, including possible divestment.

Read more: https://econews.com.au/65741/investor-group-and-government-lenders-pressure-firms-to-cut-out-thermal-coal/

Australia doesn’t yet export renewable energy. But the writing is on the wall: demand for Australia’s fossil fuel exports is likely to dwindle soon, and we must replace it at massive scale.

Read more: https://theconversation.com/super-charged-how-australias-biggest-renewables-project-will-change-the-energy-game-148348

Beijing’s plan to cut greenhouse gases could mean a global expansion of green industries following China’s climate lead.

Read more: https://climatenewsnetwork.net/chinas-climate-lead-offers-the-planet-new-hope/