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Environment Agency says flooding expected early this week for rivers Dee and Severn
Flood warnings remain in place across parts of England after torrential rain over the weekend.
There were 20 flood warnings, meaning flooding is expected, and 28 flood alerts, meaning flooding is possible, in force on Monday morning, mostly in Yorkshire and the Midlands. None of the warnings are in the most severe category.Continue reading...
Delegates at UN environment assembly say the oil producers are protecting their industries
The United States and Saudi Arabia have hamstrung global efforts to scrutinise climate geoengineering in order to benefit their fossil fuel industries, according to multiple sources at the United Nations environment assembly, taking place this week in Nairobi.
The world’s two biggest oil producers reportedly led opposition against plans to examine the risks of climate-manipulating technology such as sucking carbon out of the air, reflective mirrors in space, seeding the oceans and injecting particulates into the atmosphere.Continue reading...
German-based Senec chosen to supply home battery systems for Horizon Power’s solar and storage microgrid in coastal Pilbara town of Onslow.
The post Senec to provide home batteries for W.A. solar + storage microgrid – Australia’s largest appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Three days after the official launch of Tesla's Model Y compact electric SUV, verdicts are now being delivered.
The post Model Y – First impressions of Tesla’s electric SUV appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Marine biologists horrified to find 16 rice sacks and multiple shopping bags inside curvier beaked whale
A young whale that washed up in the Philippines died from “gastric shock” after ingesting 40kg of plastic bags.
Marine biologists and volunteers from the D’Bone Collector Museum in Davao City, in the Philippine island of Mindanao, were shocked to discover the brutal cause of death for the young curvier beaked whale, which washed ashore on Saturday.Continue reading...
Shell to take on Australian energy utilities within decade, trading power and servicing homes and businesses who will be "totally electric" for their power, heating and transport needs.
The post Oil giant Shell to take on Australian power utilities within a decade appeared first on RenewEconomy.
A new round of solar powered election promises are being unveiled around the country, with just five working days until the NSW election, and a matter of weeks until the federal poll.
The post Solar powered election race hots up, as new round of PV policies unveiled appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Oliver Yates to encourage councils to use Environmental Upgrade Agreements to encourage more people to use solar and storage.
The post Frydenberg challenger Oliver Yates unveils “bold” rooftop solar plan appeared first on RenewEconomy.
ARENA funds AEMO-backed pilot to test potential for wind and solar farms to provide their own forecasts of generation output, and boost accuracy of market operations.
The post Wind and solar farms to forecast their own output, in ARENA-backed pilot appeared first on RenewEconomy.
\To commemorate the start of construction of the 132 MWdc Merredin Solar Farm, Risen Energy conducted a Ground Breaking Ceremony with Honourable Mia Davies, MLA, Member for Central Wheatbelt, Cr Ken Hooper, President, Shire of Merredin and Eric Lee, General Manager Risen Energy on Friday March 15.
The post Risen Energy commemorates the start of construction of the Merredin Solar Farm appeared first on RenewEconomy.
AECOM appointed to one of world’s largest renewable energy construction projects, the Solar River Project in South Australia.
The post AECOM appointed to huge solar plus battery storage project in South Australia appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Epuron is pleased to announce it has today completed the sale of the Liverpool Range Wind Farm project to Tilt Renewables Limited.
The post Epuron sells 1000MW Liverpool range wind farm to Tilt renewables appeared first on RenewEconomy.
ENGIE invests in tiko, a pioneer in the development of intelligent energy management systems for the residential market
In an Australian and World First, Soil Carbon Credits under the ERF Soil Carbon Method to reward Farmers for increase in Soil Carbon have been issued. In the same day, another world took place.
The post World’s first Kyoto complaint soil carbon credits issued and sold on the same day appeared first on RenewEconomy.