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... Belgiam, India, and Canada. Lunch, noodles & Indian veg, is with an Indian solar engineer, comparing notes on inverter models and prices, and I meet afterwards with an Austrian sustainability ...
Solar industry celebrates grid parity ... via ABC The [Australian] Photovoltaic Association says the drop in cost of producing power from solar panels has made solar power competitive with coal-generated ...
... example in the area of inverters or solar hot water heaters, leading to over-priced and/or out-dated equipment being the only choices.  Australia is also prone to proscriptive regulation, i.e. where it ...
4. Back in India
(Blog/Blog)
... solar thermal water pump from Sunvention. If I should be talking to you - or someone else - then I'd love to hear - you can email me on mitra@mitra.biz.  ...
... solve the problem for a few people, why can't you solve it for all who need the solution", what would that look like and how would you get to that scale.   For example while creating the solar company ...
6. Press coverage of Mitra Ardron & projects
(static/Past Projects & Activities)
...  Byron Shire Echo, June 2008, Put a solar panel on your roof, article about Beyond Building Ethical Investor, Apr 2008, "View from the Frontline", an article by Mitra about the Cleantech forum Ethical ...
... floor where its batched up for the vans. The decentralised kitchens might be good for a distributed solar setup, but reliability of course would be key. The rest of the Deshpande foundation was equally ...
8. End to Solar Rebate
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The federal government's solar photovoltaic (electricity) rebate came to a sudden end with an announcement on June 9th - there was no notice, and this was the first that the companies working to sell Solar ...
9. Budget round up
(Blog/Blog)
...  ABC says that it funnels $4.5b to clean energy, but closer inspection reveals that the bulk ($2.4b) will be wasted on so-called "Clean Coal". At least the solar power rebates haven't been axed just ...
Queensland has set an impressive target on solar hot water, putting together a scheme that provides systems, fully installed to homeowners for $500 ($100 for pensioners) Its to be hoped its done better ...
... to reach poor people with the green message.   Connects with Rich peopleConnects with Poor people Problem orientationDrowning Polar Bears Drowning Los Orleans Solution orientedSolar panels Jobs ...
The solar rebate continues to attract news coverage, here are a few of the stories... 22 Oct: SMH "Solar power stops prices going through the roof" With a mention of bulk buying and how cheap it is to ...
13. Solar powered sails
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Back in 2004 I blogged about a project by SkySail to add kites to ocean going cargo ships. Yesterday, the SMH carried a story about a project by Solar Sailor (an Australian company that operates a boat ...
... Senate enquiry into the Solar Rebate, I made a submission essentially arguing that the main issue was the kind of consistency that allows an industry to develop and invest. The committee holds meetings ...
We've not been seeking a lot of publicity at Beyond Building, our Solar Neighbourhoods scheme has been so popular that we haven't needed it. But we couldn't keep it quiet as in the last couple of weeks, ...
16. Garnaut report out
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... of low-cost - this particularly applies to Solar, but others also qualify. Unfortunately most of the 20% is likely to be spent on so-called "Clean Coal" which is not clean, and is unlikely to be cost-effective ...
Solar Feed-in-Tariffs (FiT's) are what has driven the solar expansion in Europe - especially Germany (and I believe in California). Here in Australia we are way behind the times. South Australia led ...
... 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 ...
I heard Ross Garnaut speak at the excellent Solar Cities conference in Adelaide last month, so I wasn't totally surprised when a couple of days later his proposals for Emission Trading in Australia were ...
Salon has an article that asks when solar power makes sense, quoting papers by Wheeler and Borenstein. "figuring out the carbon dioxide price point at which a particular renewable source of energy becomes ...
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