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A small and remote Pacific nation, with a population less than many Australian country towns, is striving to go 100% renewable energy by 2020 using “Te Mana o te Ra” or “the power from the sun”
Historic Chewton Primary School struck solar gold with the completion of fundraising for a 4kW solar system. The Chewton project is the third for The People’s Solar, a community-based approach that “crowd-sources” tax deductible donations to pay for solar panels and then reinvests the saving from energy bills to support broader community goals. Principal Julie […]
Three wind farm’s will supply the ACT with 200 megawatts of renewable energy generation capacity, with a reduction of 580,000 tonnes of emissions each year. This is a serious emissions reduction effort from the ACT Government with broader economic benefits. This was originally a media release from The ACT Government. It can be found here. Released 06/02/2015 […]
The concept of a 100% renewable towns may have seemed farfetched in the past, but stories from many countries are starting to surface proving that such a target is possible. In Burlington VT, electricity supply comes from all renewable sources. This article was originally published in CleanTechinca. It can be found here. These news stories […]