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There was a question on Quora recently "Can anyone imagine a future powered by 100% renewable energy". It has been interesting to me that parallel efforts are showing that this is very much possible: ...
2. Blog
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I write an occasional blog about topics that I find interesting. Including: Clean Tech; Renewables; Climate change; etc - Most of my briefer and newer writing takes place there.    ...
3. Mitra Ardron's resume
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Lots of experience in sustainability, management, IT, renewables, cleantech and so on - details in my resume.  ...
... low to drive investment in renewables, (disclaimer: I'm on the PV Directorate of the Clean Energy Council, but we had nothing to do with writing this). I'll update this posting if I find other useful ...
... testimony is here - and our testimony starts on page 37. At almost the same time the Senate has an enquiry into Feed-in-Tariffs, essentially the economic engine that has driven expansion of Renewables ...
... will never capture enough of the emissions - while funding renewables moves us towards a lower-emission solution. If you haven't already seen it, read Gore's call for the US to get off all carbon-based ...
7. Garnaut report out
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... their use of energy intensive products. The one area I would differ is that there is a need to support Renewables that need short-medium term subsidies to get through the cost curve and have promise ...
... due on the fourth its a week to focus on how the changes in rules will change the landscape for renewables in Australia.  ...
... solar and other renewables to get the volumes up to where they will be able to compete with Fossil Fuels (with all their hidden subsidies). The controversy revolves around the form of the tariff. South ...
... which the Victorian government is keen to take advantage of. Of course, politics is politics. Theophaneous concluded that renewables could not meet all of Australia’s needs, and that so-called “Clean ...
This report by Worldwatch, and the Travis Bradford of the Prometheus Institute has an interesting look at the growth in supply, and reduction in cost, of Solar Photovoltaic. (via greenleap) The solar ...
... war between cities and states as to who can promise the most reductions and mandate the most renewables. In the US the biggest state, California, and the biggest city, New York, are both promising the ...
Greenpeace has a new report showing how we could get 50% of our energy from renewables by 2050, thus halving our emissions rather than the massive growth that would come from not making any changes. The ...
...  This paper from the Australian Solar Energy Society shows how a variety of renewables can meet the needs for a 60-80% reduction by 2050. The executive summary is a quick relevant read. In particular ...
... power and therefore cannot replace coal-fired power stations. Greenpeace energy campaigner Mark Wakeham tackles the renewables sceptics (who not so long ago were climate sceptics) and answers some common ...
... mines. The arguments against Nuclear Power - and for Renewables as the solution to climate change and peak oil - are strong, and well documented on this blog. In marginal, progressive seats, local members ...
I've been suggesting for a while that we will see massive leaps in solar efficiency (as measured in Watts/$, not Watts/square-meter). Nanosolar's announcement of US$100m to build a fabrication plant, ...
Last week, I attended the Cleantech Finance and Investment Forum in Melbourne. At this conference were representatives from pension funds, investors, venture capital, local government and the renewable ...
I think this is important, as non-petroleum based and other renewable products start passing non-renewables then suddenly the demand starts to rise, which kicks in economies of scale that make the price ...
From ABC's Innovations program 9 May 2005 A renewable energy device that captures vibration to produce electricity is making moves towards commercialisation. The Kinetic Energy Cell is an Australian ...
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