Archived News for Green Sector Professionals - May, 2015
A Senate inquiry has been told around 1,000 wind turbines will need to be built to meet the new Renewable Energy Target figure of 33,000 gigawatt hours.
An Australian expert says the Ebola epidemic has thrown the spotlight on the shortage of health care workers in Africa, with many countries facing major challenges to rebuild.
Financial evidence in a Queensland court suggests the proposed Carmichael coalmine in the Galilee Basin would operate at a loss and not bring the public money it promises.
While solar panels gain popularity – and increase in efficiency – around the world, experts say some alternative design could help us gain more free power from the Sun.
Bipartisan support on the level of the Renewable Energy Target (RET) has finally been reached, swapping a mandated 8,000 gigawatt hours of renewable energy for certainty in the industry.