Commercial & Industrial
Commercial & Industrial
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Australian Mining companies are realizing that the abundance of sunshine in Australia makes it a worthwhile exercise to harness the power of the sun to create solar energy and reduce energy costs.
With 24-hour operations and vast technical equipment, mine sites are a source of high energy consumption and are often in remote areas where they aren’t connected to the power grid. Their main dependence is on diesel-generated power plants to produce electricity. This, along with the numerous costs of mining itself, makes diesel-generated power a very pricey expense for mining companies and can pose challenges such as transport and logistics.
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The new president-elect of Costa Rica Carlos Alvarado Quesada has come out with a promise to phase out the use of diesel and petrol in the country’s transport system, replacing them with cleaner sources of energy. Alvarado Quesada swore a future where the nation will...read more
Clean energy entrepreneur claimed that Australia could be the first continent running on 100 percent clean energy. Yosef Abramowitz, known as ‘Captain Sunshine’, also said that Australia's entrenched fossil fuel industry is blocking the nation’s renewable potential....read more
The Moreland Energy Foundation Ltd (MEFL) and SunTenants launched their Solar for Renters pilot program today which will test out the ‘split incentive’ model for landlords and renters. Moreland is an inner-northern region of Melbourne, where around 38 percent of homes...read more
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) announced an Aussie-first trial of a solar-powered water producing device that extracts drinking water from the air. Coming from US-based company Zero Mass Water, the portable SOURCE hydropanel system sucks in moisture from...read more
A research by Bloomberg shows that more than 50 percent of new global car sales are going to be electric by 2040, meaning solar charging stations will be needed to fuel them. Data also shows that lithium battery prices are expected to fall a staggering 70 percent by...read more
A feasibility study funded by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) could soon generate and trade energy via a virtual microgrid for dairy farmers in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley. The agency is putting up $370,000 towards the study for the $775,000 project,...read more