Daily Archives: March 25, 2021

The APPA National Conference

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Forcing gas generation into NSW is a loser policy

By David Leitch The federal government’s attempts to force new gas generation into NSW is sign of just how badly it’s running energy policy. In truth, there is no real policy. The post Forcing gas generation into NSW is a loser policy appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

Are you a good manager?

By Rafael Herzberg Are you a good manager?In webinars that I participate, usually sponsored by American companies and institutions in the area of energy, I notice a very clear trend regarding the decision-making processes that have gained strength in these pandemic times.The enormous challenges that arose with COVID-19 demanded a new posture from those who…

Going carbon negative: What are the technology options?

By Dawid Hanak Why do we need negative emission technologies?We set ourselves an ambitious goal – to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 and keep the global mean temperature below 1.5C.Yet, there are some industries that are now difficult to decarbonise, such as steelmaking, cement production, transportation. Yes, we do develop technologies to decarbonise these industries!…

Safari Energy reaches 500 commercial solar projects developed or acquired

By Kelly Pickerel Solar developer Safari Energy recently announced that it has developed or acquired its 500th commercial-scale solar project. Spanning 24 states and Washington, D.C., Safari Energy’s projects have generated more than 618,000 MWh of electricity. “Countless business owners have recognized the value that solar can bring them, and Safari Energy has been honored…

Why Australia doesn’t need new baseload to replace old coal

By Sophie Vorrath As federal parliament prepares to undertake yet another review of Australia’s future energy system needs, experts explain why new baseload is not one of them. The post Why Australia doesn’t need new baseload to replace old coal appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

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