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Viva Energy announces PPA with Acciona Energy to source around one-third of its electricity a year from the nearby 132MW Mt Gellibrand wind farm.
The post Mt Gellibrand wind farm to help power Geelong refinery appeared first on RenewEconomy.
The Australian launches a new attack on rooftop solar subsidies, but forgets to do some basic maths and fact-checking.
The post Murdoch media attacks rooftop solar, gets its numbers hopelessly wrong appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Federal Policy Director for the Wilderness Society, Tim Beshara, has criticised Environment Minister, Melissa Price for burying the official acknowledgement of the extinction of an Australian mammal species in a media release today entitled “Stronger protection for threatened species”.
The post Environment Minister buries national tragedy in media release fine print appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Group of 45 researches and energy experts say quick transition to renewables is essential to slash emissions, but it needs a detailed plan, and rule changes.
The post 100% renewables can be reached quickly, but it needs a plan appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Climate change needs to be seen as an escalating and potentially existential risk to security in Australia, and to orderly relations between peoples and nations.
The post With climate protection, Labor can turn the table on government’s fear agenda appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Innogy to build two solar farms in Canada without need for subsidies, highlighting tremendous growth of the solar industry over last few years.
The post Now, even in Canada unsubsidised solar beats fossil fuels appeared first on RenewEconomy.
AEMO relaxes limits on wind generation in South Australia, offering a plethora of new combinations that highlight both the complexity and growing confidence in shift to renewables.
The post AEMO further relaxes limits on wind generation in South Australia appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Solving the energy-equity issue for low income renters requires both reward and punishment to incentivise behaviour of the various stakeholders.
The post Carrot and stick: Getting to the root cause of energy inequity appeared first on RenewEconomy.