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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Federal opposition leader Bill Shorten has entered the Renewable Energy Target debate. In today’s Australian Financial Review, Mr Shorten called on the Abbott government to “ditch” the Warburton review and said any compromise on the scheme would be on the Labor party’s terms. “If the Prime Minister wants to work with Labor to fix the mess he has created, […]