Monthly Archives: July 2013

25 July 2013 A remote South Australian geothermal project by Geodynamics, Marcus Priest from the Australian Financial Review and Hydro Tasmania all have one thing in common: they were crowned winners of the 2013 Clean Energy Council Awards last night. Hosted by the Clean Energy Council as part of Clean Energy Week – Australia's largest industry-run event.
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by Giles Parkinson Solar and wind energy could replace all fossil fuels in Australia by 2040 if their recent rate of deployment is maintained and slightly increased over the next 27 years – delivering the country with a 100% renewable electricity grid “by default” as early as 2040. The stunning conclusions come from research from Andrew Blakers,.
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June 2013 — The International Energy Agency and others say energy efficiency could be a big winner in combatting climate change  – but Australian policy-makers aren't taking full advantage of the potential opportunities, writes Alan Pears. THE Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) was instructed by the government (under pressure from the Greens) to prepare a comprehensive 100 per cent renewable scenario for.
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