Australia Went Up Worldwide Renewable Energy Rankings

The country has gone up from 10th to 5th in the worldwide Renewable Energy Attractiveness Index,

Australia is becoming one of the most desirable places to implement renewable energy sources, according to a report by the global power and utility company Ernst & Young. The country has gone up from 10th to 5th in the worldwide Renewable Energy Attractiveness Index, which takes into consideration conditions for renewable power in 40 countries. At present, China tops the index followed by India and Germany. Ireland was at the last place. The report also explained how the role of renewable and battery storage technologies has become part of the political agenda in Australia. Click here to read the full story on Pace Today  

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Written by Jon Capistrano

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