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 and here’s the gist (28/9/21 edition):
- Fujitsu is the latest to commit to 100% renewables (for it’s global HQ building) from this month (via ITWire.com)
- AEMO has a new early warning system for surplus solar solar (via Renew Economy). I’ll let that sink in (TL;DR version: planet is just about stuffed, but still burning fossil fuels and coming up with ways to deal with excess green energy)
- SA is pretty proud of its transition to renewables (and we’re proud to play our small part at Whyalla and Baroota) so they’re running a new ad campaign to celebrate.
- Renewables might boost the global robotics market by $15.8 Billion by 2050 (Renew Economy).
- We are still trying to get our heads around the size of this project, but apparently we potentially have another $2billion export industry emerging … powered by the sun (via stockhead.com.au)
- 35 countries committed >US$400 billion in finance and investment in clean energy projects via a recent UN Energy Summit (via Miragenews.com)
- We love a look sod turning and the Qld Govt had the shovel out to celebrate $23 million investment in #renewables in the sunshine state
- Working in renewable energy sector and want to know where your salary ranks? This report might help (via ecogeneration.com.au) … don’t mind me, I’m sitting outside the bosses office, cap in hand, right now
- And while we’re over at the ecogeneration.com.au site, apparently CER is cracking down on solar cowboys.
We don’t take our marketing guy out to projects much, but when we do he seems to like to highlight different aspects of what makes the PEG Substructure system such a great solution. So here he is, at the Kanowna Solar Farm west of Moree, earlier in the year.