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CEC Repeats : Leave The RET Alone

September 19, 2014



This article was originally posted at Energy Matters. Responding to Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane’s comments last week, the Clean Energy Council has again said the Federal Government should leave the Renewable Energy Target alone. Last week, Minister McFarlane appeared to be wringing his hands over the fact Australia now had substantially more electricity generation capacity […]

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The Biggest Climate March In History

September 18, 2014


climate march

This article was originally posted at 350. View it here.  On September 21st, thousands of rallies, marches and protests will take place delivering the biggest ever global demonstration for climate action in history. The largest will be in New York where upwards of 100,000 people are expected to come together to demand leaders take action […]

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Mt Mercer 131MW Wind Farm Switched on in Victoria

September 17, 2014



The article was originally posted at Renew Economy. View the original here. A wind farm installed in Victoria by New Zealand renewables giant Meridian Energy is now fully operational and connected to the grid, after all 64 turbines went live this week. The Mt Mercer wind farm, in Western Victoria, had been producing electricity since […]

Japan Will Soon Have the World’s Largest Floating Solar Power Plant

September 16, 2014


japan floating solar

This article was originally posted at The Climate Group. View the original post here.  LONDON: Japan will soon have the world’s largest floating solar power plant, signalling increasing adoption of the efficient and innovative technology in Japan, which is due partly to lack of space on land. “The world’s largest floating solar power plant,” as announced by Kyocera and Ciel et Terre International, will […]

China shows there’s more to renewable energy than fighting climate change

September 15, 2014


wind turbine

With the decline of traditional manufacturing in Victoria, an opportunity lies with the production of renewable energy technologies such as wind power. Fostering these forms of manufacturing could enhance Victoria’s economic and energy security. This article was originally posted on The Conversation. The article can be found here.   With the failure of international agreements […]


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