Mapping Victorian bioenergy resources
Have you ever wondered where in Victoria you can go to find an olive pit and skins waste stream?
29 Jun, 2016
Federal Election update: Where the major parties stand on renewable energy
With only a few days until the Federal Election, the major parties have declared their renewable energy policies.
28 Jun, 2016
Clean Energy Council Board welcomes Tesla Energy’s Lara Olsen
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Lara Olsen from Tesla Energy to the Clean Energy Council board.
23 Jun, 2016
ARENA funding delivers major cost reduction for Australian large-scale solar
The cost of building Australian large-scale solar projects is falling quickly, helped along by funding support from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, or ARENA.
22 Jun, 2016
Robust network key to unlock renewable energy potential
The Federal Government’s commitment to a second undersea Basslink cable between Tasmania and the mainland was an important step in the transition towards a 21st century energy system that would help unlock Tasmania’s significant renewable energy potential, the Clean Energy Council said today.
21 Jun, 2016
Strong interconnection key to 21st century energy system
“A second Basslink undersea cable from Tasmania to the mainland will allow more renewable energy to be exported from Tasmania to the rest of Australia during times of abundance, and stimulate further renewable energy development, investment and jobs in Tasmania”: Clean Energy Council chief executive Kane Thornton
17 Jun, 2016
Kiata wind farm set to be a boost for Victoria’s North West
A new wind farm at Kiata approved today by Minister for Planning Richard Wynne will deliver big benefits to the regional economy and provide jobs for locals.
17 Jun, 2016
Strong target steps up Victoria's renewables ambition
The Victorian Government's new targets for renewable energy of 25 per cent by 2020 and 40 per cent by 2025 are another major boost for the renewable energy sector, and will drive investment and jobs to the state at a time when the whole of Australia is clambering for a share of the renewable energy pie, the Clean Energy Council said today.
15 Jun, 2016
New project aims to maximise benefits for communities near wind farms
The Clean Energy Council has launched a new research project with several community support organisations to maximise the benefits of wind farms for local residents and improve community engagement, as dozens of new projects ramp up to meet Australia’s Renewable Energy Target (RET).
09 Jun, 2016
Wave energy atlas makes a splash on renewable energy map
A project by CSIRO to develop a publicly accessible wave energy atlas has led to the addition of another new layer to the Australian Renewable Energy Mapping Infrastructure (AREMI) project.
08 Jun, 2016
Women in Renewables: Tammy Chu, Entura
Tammy Chu is the Managing Director of Entura, a specialist power and water consulting firm which is part of Hydro Tasmania. She was appointed to the position in 2011 after working in various position within the business since 2000.
07 Jun, 2016
New analysis: Momentum continues to build for Australian renewable energy sector
Momentum is building for the Australian renewable energy sector as it makes progress toward the national 2020 Renewable Energy Target (RET) and develops a growing pipeline of projects that can deliver higher ambitions beyond the end of the decade, according to new analysis released by the Clean Energy Council today.
02 Jun, 2016