Daily Archives: May 1, 2017

Australians realise they are overhousing themselves

By Katie Australians are freeing themselves Over a century ago, Australia’s 1911 census registered the average household as 4.5 persons, compared to the average today of 2.6, yet Australian homes have increased a staggering 40 per cent in size since 1984. The average family home has increased from 162 square metres to a whopping 227…

Lunar right go crazy over “genocidal” wind turbines and solar power

By Giles Parkinson & Sophie Vorrath In Australia, as in the US, the right-wing still doesn’t understand the significance of “clean”, and don’t accept renewables could be cheaper, smarter and more reliable than coal, gas and nuclear plants. And they’re not giving up without a fight, confected moral outrage, and lies. Read Full Article Here…

EV forecasts turn upwards

From its facts based research, IDTechEx has what some regarded as over-optimistic forecasts for electric cars. However, others are now matching or exceeding our optimism. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

A tax plan to stop climate change

By Syndicated Feed At MIT, former Congressman Bob Inglis speaks about climate and free enterprise. The post A tax plan to stop climate change appeared first on The Energy Collective. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

Solar Basics video: How to size a solar battery

By Kelsey Misbrener Solar Basics is a video series by Solar Power World created to help installers learn about the business, tools and tricks of the solar power trade. Solar installers have many different options when it comes to batteries, but they aren’t one-size-fits-all. Contractors must be careful not to under- or over-size an energy…

Pattern Energy publishes white paper on renewable-energy development

By Michelle Froese Pattern Energy Group has published a white paper on its website outlining the business model, investment thesis, and phases of renewable-energy development. “We believe that development undertaken with a disciplined, experienced approach offers one of the more attractive risk-reward profiles in the renewable energy value chain,” said Mike Garland, CEO of Pattern…

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