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14Aug2014

Pipeline – Clean Energy Corporation Australia to design, construct, maintain and own 10MW solar generating assets

Clean Energy Corporation Australia through its solar farm holding vehicle proposes to develop, own and operate 10MW of solar generating assets to be deployed throughout Southern NSW. The concept will be realized through partnerships with rural farm owners and operators and will see Clean Energy Corporation Australia licence exclusive use of the rooftops of rural
  • 14 Aug, 2014
  • Kit Man Chan
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14Aug2014

Carbon Tax Repeal – The Winners And Losers

In recent days, the Australian government has seen fit to abolish one of the world’s most progressive policies to combat climate change.  The reversal sends a signal that Australia has decided to step back from stringent climate policy while the rest of the world looks to strengthen its stance against global warming. The carbon tax
  • 14 Aug, 2014
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01Apr2014

Attempt to Repeal RET Rejected

The Senate has voted 33 to 29 to reject the Abbott government’s repeal of the carbon tax. Some on the side of renewable energy may call this a victory, since the carbon tax punishes polluters, improving the relative position of renewables in the market. However, it appears that the Prime Minister is fixated on preventing
  • 1 Apr, 2014
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27Mar2014

Co-gen, Tri-gen, Solar, Micro wind: Which options stacks up best?

Many technology options have been developed to enable a transition to a more sustainable energy future. Some options, such as solar power, are more familiar than other proposed alternatives, like tri-generation (also called Combined Cooling Heat and Power – CCHP). This article will look at four types of renewable energy systems and their associated reliability
  • 27 Mar, 2014
  • Kit Man Chan
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27Mar2014

How The Australian Renewable Energy Target Affects Retail Electricity Rates

The Australian Government instituted a plan in 2001 to increase renewable energy production up to 20% of the nation’s energy use by 2020. The primary goal of the Renewable Energy Target (RET) is to increase the development of renewable energy resources as part of an overarching Sustainability and Climate Change Mitigation Strategy. However, in addition
  • 27 Mar, 2014
  • Kit Man Chan
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24Nov2013

Skyhigh termination fees proposed for NSW households

The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) of NSW is debating whether or not to allow electricity suppliers the ability to charge households as much as $130 for terminating energy contracts.  The fee represents an exorbitant mark-up over other termination fees.  By comparison, Victoria residents need to pay only $20 to terminate their energy contracts. 
  • 24 Nov, 2013
  • Clean Energy Corp
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24Nov2013

UN Climate Change Conference – Super-typhoon Haiyan

Environmental and climate change leaders from around the world are gathering this week in Poland in a call for action on the growing problems of global warming and climate change.  The recent catastrophe in the Philippines caused by supertyphoon Haiyan has once again amplified the need for broad sweeping actions by world leaders.   The
  • 24 Nov, 2013
  • Clean Energy Corp
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24Nov2013

Hong Kong secondary school the most sustainable

The US Green Building Council recently named a low-income secondary school in Hong-Kong one of the greenest schools on earth. The Award was given to the Sing-Yin Secondary School based on its virtually nonexistent carbon footprint and the overarching educational focus on sustainability in the classroom.  The exterior of the school is complete with solar
  • 24 Nov, 2013
  • Clean Energy Corp
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18Nov2013

Storing Solar Energy

As the solar industry grows and becomes a larger part of the electricity system so does the need to effectively handle the inherent intermittency of solar power. Fortunately, over the past decade, a variety of options have arisen that allow solar energy to be stored for later use.  Batteries are the most well known technology
  • 18 Nov, 2013
  • Kit Man Chan
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18Nov2013

Japan’s Shift From Nuclear To Solar

Following the disaster at Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Power plant in 2011, there has been a distinct shift in the culture surrounding energy production.  Prior to the earthquake and ensuing failure of the plant’s cooling systems, Japan had been the world leader in terms of installed nuclear power capacity, and planned nuclear development.  According to the
  • 18 Nov, 2013
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