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Paving the way for smart cities

Fri, 19 September 2014 Ahead of his visit to Australia for All-Energy 2014, Pavegen CEO and founder Laurence Kemball-Cook spoke with EcoGeneration’s Nina Carr about Pavegen tiles and the smart cities of the future.

Bombora obtains field trial site access

Fri, 19 September 2014 Bombora Wave Power has secured a permit and conditional licence to conduct trials of the Bombora system from the Swan River Trust for their Como Wadjuk test site, adjacent to the Como jetty, in Perth, Western Australia.

Clean energy industry movements

Fri, 19 September 2014 In recent clean energy industry movements, Trina Solar has appointed a national sales manager and the Green Building Council of Australia has announced changes to its Board of Directors.

Vic wave project design complete

Fri, 19 September 2014 BioPower Systems and WorleyParsons have announced the completion of the final engineering and design for a 250 kilowatt grid-connected wave energy project in Victoria, Australia.

ARENA collaborates with the Energy Networks Association

Fri, 19 September 2014 A new collaboration between the Australian Renewable Energy Agency and the Energy Networks Association will provide a one-stop-shop for renewable energy grid integration projects and findings.

Weapons of gas reduction (greenhouse gas, that is)

Mon, 15 September 2014 Taken together, renewable energy, energy efficiency and carbon offsetting represent a powerful solution to reducing emissions. In this article from the October 2014 edition of EcoGeneration, Climate Friendly CEO Freddy Sharpe puts forward the case to corporate Australia.

Save Solar campaign revs up

Mon, 15 September 2014 As part of the next stage of its campaign to save the Renewable Energy Target, the Australian Solar Council has launched a new TV advertisement.

CEC: More than 15,000 Aus businesses go solar

Mon, 15 September 2014 More than 15,000 Australian businesses have installed solar power to reduce energy bills, and there is the potential for tens of thousands more to do so if the RET remains unchanged, the Clean Energy Council has said.

WorldGBC partners with Aus research centre

Mon, 15 September 2014 The World Green Building Council has partnered with the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living in Australia on a project to define 'low' to 'no' carbon cities.

Grattan Institute Event: The RET review

Mon, 15 September 2014 As part of the Energy Future series, the Grattan Institute is hosting an upcoming seminar on the impacts of the potential changes to the Renewable Energy Target on 17 September at the University of Melbourne.

PROJECTS: Solar gets a workout

Wed, 10 September 2014 In February 2014, a 100 kilowatt rooftop solar installation was commissioned at the headquarters of active-wear manufacturer Lorna Jane in Eagle Farm, Queensland.

INDUSTRY NEWS: Save Solar community forum

Wed, 10 September 2014 As part of a marginal seats campaign to save the Renewable Energy Target, the Australian Solar Council is hosting the third Save Solar Community Forum in the electorate of Barton, in NSW.

EVENTS: All-Energy 2014 workshops and PD sessions

Wed, 10 September 2014 Free-to-attend workshops and professional development sessions for solar installers will take place as part of the upcoming All-Energy 2014 conference and exhibition.

INDUSTRY NEWS: SolarMax partners with ReneSola

Wed, 10 September 2014 SolarMax has announced a new distribution partnership with ReneSola to distribute SolarMax products in Australia.

TRAINING: SPS and GC accreditation courses

Wed, 10 September 2014 Upcoming courses for stand-alone power systems and grid connect training will take place in Brunswick and Healesville, Victoria, in September and October 2014.

Networks lopping the peak off electricity demand

Fri, 5 September 2014 In this article from the October 2014 edition of EcoGeneration, TransGrid Managing Director Peter McIntyre discusses the network’s approach in an environment where demand growth is slower than it has historically been.

Polling shows strong support for renewables

Fri, 5 September 2014 Recent polling by Crosby Textor has shown that Australian voters are in favour of more renewable energy, the Clean Energy Council said.

New study shows axing RET would destroy SMEs

Fri, 5 September 2014 New research commissioned by the REC Agents Association, shows that axing or slashing the RET would have a devastating impact on small and medium sized businesses throughout Australia.

Solar for VIC aged care facility

Fri, 5 September 2014 SolarMax has provided its grid-connected inverters for a 100 kilowatt solar system at an aged care facility in Ringwood, Victoria.

Royalla Solar Farm launched

Fri, 5 September 2014 Fotowatio Renewable Ventures has launched the 20 megawatt Royalla Solar Farm in Canberra, ACT.

RET Review recommendations released

Sat, 30 August 2014 The recommendations from the review of Australia’s Renewable Energy Target, released yesterday, could bankrupt the industry, the Clean Energy Council said.

5 minutes with Sungevity’s Shannon Everley

Thu, 28 August 2014 EcoGeneration caught up with Sungevity Australia Director of Marketing Shannon Everley, to discuss the solar industry and her outlook for the future.

International award for former GBCA chair

Thu, 28 August 2014 Former Green Building Council of Australia Chair Tony Arnel has been presented with a World Green Building Council Chairman’s Award at the WorldGBC Congress in São Paulo, Brazil..

Sports club saves with geothermal

Thu, 28 August 2014 Maroondah Sports Club expects to save significantly on its energy bills over the next decade, thanks to the installation of Victoria’s first GeoAir geothermal cooling and heating system at the Club.

Energy efficiency shines at Smart Lighting Summit

Thu, 28 August 2014 The Australian Smart Lighting Summit took place in Melbourne recently to discuss strategies and new technology for public lighting retrofits aimed at reducing energy consumption and costs.

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