We’ve scoured all four corners of the internet for all the latest #renewables news (to save you a bit of time). Grab a coffee, here’s the gist (28/02/22 edition):
- How Australia can lead the world on Net Zero (via The Australian).
- AGL rejects Mike Cannon-Brookes $5 Billion bid for the company but the bold move is fueling conversation that Aussies’ want greener energy (via Forbes).
- Why the Australian government should support Mike Cannon-Brookes’ plan to takeover AGL (via The Conversation).
- New panel recycling plants in Queensland using patented technology that recovers more than 99% of end-of-life solar panels without using crushing, chemicals, thermal processing, or pyrolysis techniques (via PV Magazine)
- Rio Tinto looks invests in hydrogen electrolysers to replace supplies of fossil gas (via Renew Economy).
- Queensland is shifting to a decentralised and renewable powered electricity network with a new $6 million Microgrid (via Renew Economy).
- NSW investigating the potential for all new homes required to be built with roof-top solar (via PV Magazine).
- A cohort of NSW councils have signed a $180 million renewable energy supply deal that will see the local government associations supplied with solar electricity (via PV Magazine).
Our shot of the week (from the Meralli archives) captures a lake of panels at our Dareton build: