Antinuclear

Australian news, and some related international items

28 July More REneweconomy news

  • Australia’s largest solar farm – 220MW – under construction
    Reach Solar to proceed with second stage of Bungala solar farm near Port Augusta, snatching title of largest solar farm under construction.
  • Consumers vs the empire: The economics favour partial grid defection
    The economics are now increasingly in favour of partial grid defection. You’re a fool if you don’t have rooftop solar PV and you could.
    Weatherill lets fly at right wing attack against renewables
    Jay Weatherill in pugnacious mood at launch of Mark Butler’s Climate Wars book, promising to repeat his Frydenberg shirtfront with PM Turnbull if given the opportunity.
    Innovation, disruption and the utility business model
    The power sector’s rapid transformation has barely started, but implications for incumbents are beginning to be felt and speculated.
    NT indigenous communities begin shift to hybrid solar and storage
    ARENA backed NT project commissions first 10 solar, battery storage systems, cutting diesel fuel use by more than a million litres a year.
    Fossil fuels and Australian tools: It’s time to go fully electric
    Sally Perini has four electric cars, a fully electric ride on mower and a suite of electric tools. And for good reason: One two-stroke leaf blower used for one hour can produce as much hydrocarbons as 150 cars over the same time.
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July 28, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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