Daily Archives: August 27, 2018

Can Angus Taylor stop the renewables and storage revolution?

By Giles Parkinson Angus Taylor might be viewed as the federal government’s most “anti-renewables” energy minister yet. But can he really stop the energy revolution as his supporters wish? The post Can Angus Taylor stop the renewables and storage revolution? appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Macquarie buys 90% stake In 322MW Mexican solar portfolio

By Joshua S Hill Its second investment in Mexican solar – remaining 10% interest in portfolio to be held by Eosol Invest Mexico, an experienced local renewables developer and operator. The post Macquarie buys 90% stake In 322MW Mexican solar portfolio appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Asia’s first fully solar-powered quadcopter drone

Aircraft that can take off and land directly without the need for a runway – such as helicopters and quadcopters – are attractive for personal, commercial and military applications as they require less physical space and infrastructure compared to traditional fixed wing planes. A team from the National University of Singapore has achieved a major…

No Active Search For Tesla COO, Tesla Says

By Zachary Shahan As Peter Forman, aka Papafox, eloquently wrote in an article published on CleanTechnica early this morning, “The Billion-Dollar Tesla Hit Piece,” a recent New York Times article based in part on an interview with CEO Elon Musk was a masterpiece in framing — but not in a positive way Read Full Article…

Capturing CO2 From Exhaust Pipes Is A Bad Idea That Won’t Die

By Michael Barnard Saudi Aramco is full of STEM types and I’m sure that they realize capturing carbon from car emissions is actually nonsense, but they keep trotting their prototypes out to conferences and journalists, and people keep reporting on it as if it’s a real thing Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

New report identifies large scale green finance opportunities – potential for green growth

By Climate Bonds Climate Bonds Initiative launches the Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities Australia & New Zealand (GIIO) report in Sydney today outlining a pipeline of infrastructure investments that can be funded via green finance. The post New report identifies large scale green finance opportunities – potential for green growth appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full…

Renault Zoe Comes To Australia

By Jake Richardson Australians can now buy the electric Renault Zoe, which is now the most affordable mass-market electric car in the country. The pricing starts at $47,490 AUD. Its gas-powered counterpart, the Clio, is about $19,900 AUD. The electric vehicle is available at four dealerships: in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth. (Read our review…

Iowa Rep. David Young receives “U.S. Wind Champion Award”

By Michelle Froese The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) named Rep. David Young (R-Iowa) a U.S. Wind Champion for the 115th Congress at an event hosted by MidAmerican Energy Company, headquartered in Des Moines. AWEA is presenting U.S. Wind Champion Awards to members of Congress who have demonstrated strong leadership in support of American wind…

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