What is the real tipping point where forgoing efficiency in favour of solar pays off?
Tag: "energy efficiency"
The Victorian Energy Efficiency Target – a scheme that was to be scrapped under Coalition – has been extended by 2 years, the target boosted by 20%.
Darebin Council chooses natural gas cogen – instead of solar – as part of major energy retrofit at its two community pools that will save it $100k a year.
Regardless of who is in government, we are in for some big changes as we begin to respond to climate change. Here’s a look at what some of them might be.
Australia is bidding to boost energy productivity by 40% by 2030, but other countries are already doing more.
The White Paper has left out one obvious policy that could help: mandatory greenhouse emissions standards for all imported new and second-hand vehicles.
Money spent on helping consumers reduce demand means less money spent on substations and other infrastructure.
Dramatically expanding our use of natural gas to generate electricity is an ill-advised gamble that poses complex economic, public health, and climate risks.
Rising gas prices, driven by the development of Queensland’s exports, could end up driving domestic customers away.