Clean energy


Clean Energy Week 2014

22 – 25 July, 2014
Hosted by the Clean Energy Council, Clean Energy Week is Australia's biggest event for the renewable energy and energy efficient industry. Featuring industry officials and government speakers, the two-day conference is the perfect networking point for anyone working or interested in sustainable wind, solar and hydro technologies. The week also includes the Clean Energy Council Industry Awards on Tuesday, concluding with the Solar Design and Installation Awards, and Appropriate Technology Retailers Association of Australia (ATRAA) Dinner on Thursday.

Where: Dolton House, Darling Island Wharf, Pyrmont, NSW (conference) and Sydney Showground, 1 Showground Road, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW (trade show).
When: 22 – 25 July, 2014.
Cost: Full Conference Pass – including Clean Energy Week Gala Dinner and ATRAA Dinner $1500 non-member.
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Clean Energy Week

Clean Energy Week 2013

24 - 26 July, 2013
Clean Energy Week, Australia's largest event for the renewable energy industry is back, and this time it's coming to Brisbane. Hosted by the Clean Energy Council, the week delivers the latest news on policy and technology developments, and provides attendants with the opportunity to network with other businesses and contacts. The program includes development days, conferences and dinners.

Where: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Qld.
When: From 7:30am, 24-26, July 2013.
Cost: Click here for details.
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Repower successes

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

AYCC's director Ellen Sandell muses on the success of thousands of Australians coming together to prove to politicians it's time to get proactive about renewables.

Clean Energy Conference

25 to 27 July

Clean Energy Week is Australia's largest event for the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries. As part of this years 3 day conference, the Clean Energy Council are holding a free public debate. Moderated by George Negus, panelists including Gwen Andrews, Dr Mark Diesendorf, Nick Minchin, Paul Simshauser and Kane Thornton will offer a range of perspectives on the role of clean energy in Australia's energy system in 2050, and what changes will be required to support it. Other activities over the week include Australia's biggest solar event, a huge trade exhibition and a range of social events and discussions.

Where: Parkside Plenary, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Drive, Sydney
When: 9AM-10AM, Friday 27th July, 2012
Cost: Free
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clean energy

Clean energy reality with carbon tax passed

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Today, the carbon tax was passed through parliament in Australia. G shares the opinions of some high profile movers and shakers with you.


Decoding the carbon tax

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Yesterday, the Federal Government’s Clean Energy Bill was passed through the lower house after months of discussion and heated debate. If the to-and-fro of the pollies has left you no clearer on what it is and how it is actually supposed to work in the real world, here’s the clarification you need.


Opinion: Nuclear power

Monday, 29 August 2011

It’s been a hotly debated topic in Australia for a while, given a push toward cleaner energy, and hit the headlines again on the back of the recent Fukushima nuclear crisis in Japan. So we put it to two Aussie experts; should we consider nuclear for our country’s energy future?

Myths & facts on wind turbines

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

A six-minute animation on wind energy and the common myths and confusions that threaten its development; including Wind Turbine Sickness, sound emissions and impact on bird populations.

Written and produced by Pablo Tochez Anderson. 2011

'Yes to Renewables,' Friends of the Earth Victoria

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