Expat Aussie tidal developer Atlantis Resources says its technology could be competitive with onshore wind within five years. And big industrials are diving in.
ACT energy minister says the solar tariff auction could redefine the cost profile of solar in this country, and could eventually be cost free.
One of the principal architects of Germany’s push into renewable energy technologies believes that his country could achieve 100 per cent renewables in its electricity sector by 2030 – and may do it quicker. The rest of the world could follow soon after – at a cost of just $100 trillion, about half the cost of not doing it.
Tindo Solar is about to open Australia’s only solar module manufacturing plant, and take on the Chinese. Are they crazy?
Companies betting on business as usual are so wrong. “I don’t think they fully understand how wrong they are.”