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Clean energy, not nuclear, is Australia’s future – theme for October 18

Australia is in some ways, a world leader in renewable energy. And this is in spite of its Liberal Coalition government’s drive to suppress renewable energy!

Small scale solar power is revolutionising electricity supply in Australia, with households and small businesses benefiting from affordable rooftop solar systems, while grid prices are too high. Community energy continues to go ahead, without government support. Battery storage systems now accelerate Australia’s transition to clean energy, with almost half of large businesses shifting to renewables.

The States, and Australian cities and towns, are showing the way ahead.

  • South Australia powers ahead towards a target of 50% renewables by 2050,  with large scale solar systems, as well as rooftop.  Wind power booms in South Australia – it s variable, at times exporting electricity to Victoria.

While South Australia heads to becoming a global renewable energy success story, in other States and Territories renewable energy is booming, too.

Australia, with its abundant sunshine, and wind is the nation best suited to renewable energy. It can, combines with energy efficiency, meet Australia’s electricity needs, and also export renewable energy, and innovative clean power and water conservation systems.

We have that opportunity.  We must not let it be derailed by the greed and idealogy of a few powerful Australian individuals in the nuclear cult.

 

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September 30, 2018 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, Christina themes, energy

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  1. Reblogged this on jpratt27.

    Comment by John | October 1, 2018 | Reply


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