A global research initiative has concluded more than half of global energy participants believe that the electricity system can be 70% renewable by 2030.
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Australian Technologies Competition 2015 open for entries, in fifth year of contest to find nation's best cleantech innovations.
Federal Senate passes motion in support of local government plan to install around 0.5MW of PV and five 3-6MW solar thermal plants throughout inland NSW.
7MW solar farm planned for Canberra's Uriarra Village will be moved 60km away to a new site on ACT-NSW border, after opposition from local residents.
The kind of numbers reported by China's largest coal producer is signal that most populous country continues to step back from coal.
UNSW launches Australian-made virtual solar cell factory – a web-based PV production line that allows engineers, students to conduct virtual experiments.
Macfarlane and Hunt tell industry to agree to big cut in renewables target, or else. They might get away with it because there are signs of divisions within clean energy industry. Meanwhile, Abbott government ridiculed over abatement targets and invitation to climate contrarian Bjorn Lomborg.
North-coast NSW council joins rush of Australian local government groups into huge commitments to developing and sourcing renewable energy.
A new law in France requires the rooftops of every new building in a commercial zone to be partially covered with either solar panels or plants.
Even with bright blue skies overhead and over 38GW of PV capacity connected to Germany's grids, the solar eclipse barely affected the grid.