Article in The Age, 21 December 2018: The CSIRO and the energy market operator say existing coal plants are still one of the lowest cost forms of power but new wind and solar farms will soon be cheaper, even without a carbon price.
On Sunday 21 October, wind farms around Australia will be throwing open their gates to the public for a range of fun and informative events as part of the Clean Energy Council's National Wind Farm Open Day. To find an event near you visit http://www.cleanenergycouncil.org.au/events/upcoming-cec-events/wind-farm-open-day.html
The proposed Alberton Wind Farm near Yarram will help Victoria reduce its reliance on non-renewable energy sources for power generation, and contribute to the growth of the renewable energy industry in the South Gippsland region. To find out more about the project and the upcoming community information sessions take a look at our advertisement in [...]
Industry, Environment & Community Groups demand bipartisan energy policy Published by ABC Online 13 February 2017 Click here to read more
Polluters would rather pay fines than meet renewable requirements Published by ABC Online 23 February 2017 Are you wondering why Carbon emissions are going up? Click here to read more