Australian news, and some related international items

14 July – more latest REneweconomy news

  • Redflow seeking $14.5m, shifts focus on lead-acid market
    Redflow taps shareholders to back new focus on market “sweet-spot” including south-east Asia’s off-grid, telecom, commercial and industrial sectors.
  • What people just don’t get about electric vehicles
    Germany’s election campaign shows we still have to get our heads around how fundamentally different electric vehicles will be.
  • How did Australia get this stupid about clean energy?
    Australia’s public debate around clean energy plumbs new depths, with rebooted attacks on wind and solar, new attacks on battery storage and vehicle emission standards, and targeted attacks on key individuals. How did Australia get this stupid? And this ugly?
  • True Value Solar announces new managing director
    One of Australia’s largest independent residential solar installers announces the appointment of former Conergy executive David McCallum as managing director.
  • CEFC tips $150m into logistics park, to slash truck freight emissions
    CEFC backs landmark NSW project to slash freight transport emissions by shifting containers from road to rail, and powering operations with renewable energy.

July 14, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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