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Australia’s coal industry needs to prepare for global climate action

July 29, 2014



This article originally posted at the Conversation. View the original post here. At the recent midyear UN climate negotiations in Bonn, an unprecedented 60 countries (including Germany) called for a total phase-out of fossil fuels by 2050, as part of a global agreement on climate change to be concluded in Paris in 2015. Meanwhile, on […]

India Lays Foundation For National Wind Energy Mission

July 28, 2014



This article originally posted at Clean Technica. View the original post here.  India’s ongoing National Solar Mission has reaped very encouraging results. The country saw about 2,500 MW capacity being added in just four to five years with hundreds of megawatts set to be commissioned over the next few months. Now, the government is set […]

Wind Share of World Electricity Will More Than Double By 2018

July 25, 2014



  This article originally posted at CleanTechnica. View the original post here.  Global prospects for wind power are rising despite disappointing 2013 numbers, say analysts at Navigant Research. Although the wind industry worldwide added 36,134 MW in 2013, for the first time in nearly a decade, new installed wind power fell below that of the year […]

Research shows UK political parties opposing onshore wind projects may loose votes

July 24, 2014



Strong anti-wind rhetoric could be a downfall to the parties that carry it towards the 2014 Victorian State election. Research has shown that opposition to onshore wind technology could jeopardise the coalition’s re-election chances in November, as voters can be turned off by such sentiment. The original article was  originally posted on the Clean Technology […]

Renewable energy is ready to supply all of Australia’s electricity

July 23, 2014



  This article originally posted at The Conversation. View the original post here.  In a recent article on The Conversation, University of Melbourne Professor Emeritus Frank Larkins wrote that Australia’s targets to increase renewable energy will make electricity more expensive, thanks to problems with consistency and storage. But Professor Larkins is several years behind developments in renewable […]


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