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7 renewable energy lessons from South Australia

South Australia is a global leader in the use of renewable energy. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Sean Fleming

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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60% of Annual Demand Has Been Provided by Wind and Solar and 100% In Certain Time Periods. Image: Australian Energy Market Operator/IEEFA
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