The Independent Planning Commission has rejected plans for an energy-from-waste facility in Sydney’s west citing ‘uncertainty’ over human health and environmental impacts.
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BMW has announced that its hybrid electric i8 Roadster, plus a fresh look i8 Coupé, is ready to buy for cashed up Australian EV enthusiasts.
Peaking plant in South Australia fined for not following instructions after network fault that forced BHP's Olympic Dam to wind down production and narrowly averted wider blackouts.
One of Victoria's first large-scale solar projects, IIG's merchant funded Swan Hill solar farm, has been formally opened.
Australian CleanTech Index has outperformed ASX200 by cumulative 89% over last five financial years and, for fifth year in row has outperformed the wider market. And investors are making handsome profits.
AEMO report confirms suspicions that the construction of proposed Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro project would result in more coal being burned for power needs, and will crowd out large scale solar and other storage projects.
Despite a cold blast and gas shortages, the UK has gone without coal for 1,000 hours – and only midway through the year.
Mark Diesendorf urges those who care about climate change to go further than installing solar panels and voting and join pressure groups.
AEMO says two South Australian regions could add 2GW of renewables without any transmission upgrades, and suggests Roxby Downs could emerge as major solar energy region.
Rooftop solar on Australian homes and businesses could account for 22 per cent of national demand and overtake the combined output of black and brown coal at that time.