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Renewable energy leads at Castlemaine Show

October 24, 2014
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The Castlemaine Show this year (31 October-1 November) will have two very special stalls of interest to farmers, with displays on renewable energy and soil improvement. “We are hosting a biodiesel exhibition and an exhibition of biochar,” said Mick Lewin, Chair of the Mount Alexander Sustainability Group.

Voices of Macedon: Dispelling wind turbine myths

October 23, 2014
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Australia has a possible path to 100% renewables – if governments and business can be persuaded to take it. AAP Image/Alan Porritt

Renewable energy is a mainstream election issue in the hotly-contested seat of Macedon. The Coaltion’s anti-wind farm laws have hit the Macedon Ranges hard. They have cost the region jobs, investment and killed off a community wind farm proposal. The seat of Macedon was previously united by uniform planning laws that allowed community engagement in the development process. But since 2011, […]

UK wind industry sets new generation record as it nears 25 per cent power share

October 22, 2014
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Following the closure of a number of nuclear reactors and a fire at the Didcot B  power station in the UK, questions have arisen over energy supply. With wind accounting for more than 24% of the power share in the UK, there is confidence wind energy can easily fill a future supply gap. The article […]

Voices of Macedon: Winds of change in the Macedon Ranges

October 22, 2014
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Macedon Wind Ban

Renewable energy is a mainstream election issue in the hotly-contested seat of Macedon. The Coaltion’s anti-wind farm laws have hit the Macedon Ranges hard. They have cost the region jobs, investment and killed off a community wind farm proposal. The seat of Macedon was previously united by uniform planning laws that allowed community engagement in the development process. But […]

High capacity power lines everywhere, but not a single wind turbine

October 17, 2014
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Climate Walker and South Australian resident David Clarke provides commentary over the dissonance between community support for wind farms and the absence of them in regional areas. Ultimately the anti-wind farm legislation in Victoria is representative of the government’s support for the existing fossil fuel industries. The article was originally published in RenewEconomy, and can be […]

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