Posts Tagged 'renewable energy'

ANA’s jet fuel goes green

ANA’s jet fuel goes green

  The Japanese airline ANA made a partnership with a petrochem company named Euglena who will feed algae and recycled waste oil to a bio-refiner to produce renewable biofuel.  The first production is online now

A Breakdown of the Cost of Energy in Australia

A Breakdown of the Cost of Energy in Australia

Electricity costs from a consumer standpoint have more than doubled over the last ten years with a majority of that increase coming in the last four years. In fact, electricity in Sydney is now twice as expensive as it is in New York City. But why, when Australia has such significant natural resources, is power so expensive?

Renewables go Gigascale

Renewables go Gigascale

Solar, wind and enabling battery technologies reached new milestones locally and across the globe this week. NSW’s largest wind farm was approved this week by the state and will bring cleaner energy, 800 jobs and

Mineshaft pumped hydro

Mineshaft pumped hydro

The Victorian Government has called for expressions of interest to examine whether pumped hydro can viably be used to store electricity, using Bendigo’s empty mineshafts which were abandoned after the end of the gold rush.