NSW town of Uralla wants to be Australia’s first zero net energy town, powered by 100% renewables, to boost local investment, address climate change.
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NGO campaigns climate-minded people to invest in development of Australia’s first citizen-funded community solar thermal + storage plant.
Senator leading charge to kill renewables is advised by former head of one of Australia’s most notorious climate science-denying, anti-wind NGOs.
Solar households face changes to how their bills are packaged after AEMC delivers new rules to impose ‘cost reflective’ pricing on networks.
Northern NSW town famous for its “hard working” bushranger tipped to be model for zero net energy towns.
First unit producing power at Carnegie’s Garden Island project, first wave energy project in world to feature multi-unit deployment.
Report highlights rise of renewables – and demise of new coal – in US as wind power provides nearly 70% of new generating capacity in October.
New data highlights how policy certainty affects two big renewable energy markets in Australia: Rooftop solar is growing, large scale renewables at standstill.
The chief executive of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, Ivor Frischknecht, says he expects large scale solar to be cost competitive with new coal-fired power stations by the end of the decade. Frischknecht said there was no doubt that coal was currently the cheapest form of generation in the wholesale markets, but that was because […]