Month: April 2017

Investors’ massive appetite for green community solar generation

ABC News reports on the massive appetite for community-funded renewable energy and interest from investors.  Investors “pitch in” for solar panel installations on top of small businesses or organisations. “The company Bakers Maison will pay investors for the solar energy it uses over a period of between seven to 10 years. The investors get a […]

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CSIRO and Energy Networks Australia release emissions-free future roadmap

On Friday 28 April, Energy Networks Australia and the CSIRO released a report laying out a road map for an emissions-free future by 2050. Identified in the report is the need for 25 large-scale solar or wind farms in the next 5 years to replace coal-fired power stations. Small, home-based battery storage as well as […]

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Support for AAADPP strengthens

Students and members of 350.org, Friends of The Earth Sydney and Australian Student Environment Network (ASEN) travelled from Sydney and Canberra out to Dalton to stand in solidarity with our powerful community campaign that is resisting energy giant AGL’s proposal for a massive gas plant. Local kids got involved and inspired to paint up some terrific […]

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Submissions flood in on Dalton gas-fired plant

Submissions flood in on Dalton gas-fired plant “The community raised a number of issues in regards to the proposed extension, including a lack of community consultation by AGL, the need for a new environmental assessment, the effect on local farms, ongoing uncertainty, and economic impacts to the community which have changed since the project was approved […]

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Australians Against AGL Dalton Power Project

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