Daily Archives: March 5, 2018

Australia’s solar future bright as households install record 3.5m panels

By Guardian staff 2017’s energy output equivalent to a medium-sized coal-fired power stationThe future of Australia’s solar industry is looking bright after a record 3.5m panels were installed on rooftops last year, giving the equivalent output of a medium-sized coal-fired power station.The record 1,057 megawatts of capacity in small-scale systems installed across the country smashed…

5 quick fixes for Turnbull and Frydenberg to change energy debate

By Giles Parkinson A series of 28 consecutive News Polls show the Coalition is trailing Labor. So perhaps it’s time to dump the right wing policies on energy and climate Turnbull promised to cherish, and set a new path. Here are some quick and easy fixes, offered free, and without retainer. Read Full Article Here…

Breaking: SunPower Adds Tesla, sonnen to Equinox Home Solar Systems (W/Slides)

By SolarWakeup By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent What Happened: SunPower Corp. told a meeting of its authorized dealers, Monday afternoon in San Diego, that it would be adding two storage solutions to its Equinox home solar system sonnen, a German manufacturer of a sleek, residential stand-alone battery system Tesla, with its Powerwall product SolarWakeup’s View:…

Using drones to feed billions

As our population continues its rapid growth, food is becoming increasingly scarce. By the year 2050, we will need to double our current food production to feed the estimated 9.6 million mouths that will inhabit Earth. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Bentley Bentayga Hybrid arrives with 31 miles of EV range

By Blagojce Krivevski Bentley today announced full details of the world’s first luxury hybrid model. The Bentayga Hybrid represents Bentley’s first step towards full electrification, combining the serenity of silent motoring with exquisite comfort and effortless performance. Offering the best of both worlds, the new plug-in hybrid model combines an advanced electric motor with a…

MITU sees potential for its WindShark vertical-axis turbine to power California’s cannabis sector

By Michelle Froese MITU Resources Inc. announced the planned commercial introduction of the company’s licensed WindShark self-starting, vertical-axis wind turbines within the regulated cannabis sector in California. WindShark has three, curved helical blades that combine the Venturi effect, and operational dynamics of a shark’s gills to optimize wind energy. Learn more here. One of the…

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