Floating water-cooled solar power in South Australia

SA leads, again, when will VIC follow?

This piece is by David Clarke. For more information seeramblingsdc.net

I’m 69 now and look back fondly on my younger years when I could say I was proud to be Australian. With my country’s failure to do anything substantial about its shockingly high greenhouse gas emissions those days are long gone.

However, I can say that I am very proud of my region, Mid North South Australia. According to my figuring, MNSA has 23% of Australia’s installed wind power! (SA has 39% of the total.)

Today I witnessed another renewable energy first for Mid North South Australia – floating water-cooled solar power on the Jamestown waste-water treatment ponds. The official opening was earlier today; I just happened to hear about it yesterday. This is the first of three stages, a different type of solar installation will be installed on each of three ponds. The second stage is due for…

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