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Danger – Australia Solar Thermal and Storage – might Miss Out

The latest mid-term renewable energy outlook document from the International Energy Agency says China, Chile, Morocco and South Africa are likely to take a lead in solar thermal developments in the next five years. There is no mention of Australia. … Continue reading

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Jaw dropping news in solar vs fossil fuels debate

In the electric power industry, when a major power plant loses its connection to the grid, instantly, dramatically unbalancing supply and demand of electricity. Blackouts follow if there isn’t an instant response…engineering community assumption that, when that kind of supply-demand imbalance incident happens, there … Continue reading

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Solar towers and storage – about to change the energy game?

How CST(Concentrated Solar Towers), which include storage, maintain high qulaity base load power. >readmore> RenewEconomy

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Laying a myth to rest – geothermal energy in Australia

While it’s obvious that, from NZ to Iceland, geothermal can be a boundless energy source for much fantasised baseload electricity, a critical factor is that Mother Nature needs to provide the large hole(s) down to the hot stuff. After 10 … Continue reading

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Baseload v Wind – a dumb argument

Recommended reading from Tristan Edis at Climate Spectator >read more>

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Climate change denialists have won… for now

Headline above is from Climate Spectator, which usually commands respect, but believe they made a mistake publishing this one. If you’ve already been sucked in, please read below to check less than impartial cred of the author and thank you … Continue reading

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