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Giant coal railway part of China's energy plans - 台北時報

Giant coal railway part of China's energy plans  台北時報

There is nothing quite like a massive coal rail line to demonstrate China's loyalty to the dirtiest of fossil fuels.

Turbo Generator Market Analysis, Segments, Growth and Value Chain 2018-2026 - OnYourDesks

Turbo Generator Market Analysis, Segments, Growth and Value Chain 2018-2026  OnYourDesks

Power is an important requirement for sustainable growth all over the globe. Several countries have initiated the installation of power plants in order to cater to ...

To Feed a Hot Planet, They’re Making More Efficient Plants - The New York Times

To Feed a Hot Planet, They’re Making More Efficient Plants  The New York Times

Robert Furbank was at home in Canberra, Australia, watching a news segment about climate change with his two teenagers this summer when his daughter ...

Solar Lighting System Market – Qualitative Analysis on Demand 2027 - The Market Plan

Solar Lighting System Market – Qualitative Analysis on Demand 2027  The Market Plan

Global Solar Lighting System Market: Overview. In several developed as well as developing countries, the financial support offered by governments in the form ...

The weekend read: The specter of PV protectionism - pv magazine International

The weekend read: The specter of PV protectionism  pv magazine International

Trade tariffs are spreading across the global PV industry. The United States has been especially active with its sandwich of old antidumping and countervailing ...

Climate Strike: Brisbane protest draws crowd of thousands - Courier Mail

Climate Strike: Brisbane protest draws crowd of thousands  Courier Mail

CLIMATE Strike volunteers suggest about 30000 people have marched in a procession stretching nearly two kilometres through the Brisbane CBD, joining an ...

Two words that convinced a fossil fuel worker to join the strikes - 9News

Two words that convinced a fossil fuel worker to join the strikes  9News

Michael grew up in Wombarra, a coastal Wollongong suburb where fibro miners' shacks line the streets and lo...

Climate strike: 'Change is coming whether you like it or not', Greta Thunberg - Financial Times

Climate strike: 'Change is coming whether you like it or not', Greta Thunberg  Financial Times

Good morning. Welcome to the FT's latest live blog. Millions of protesters across the globe are set to take to the streets today for climate strikes demanding world ...

These travel companies add climate-conscious options to your itinerary - PBS NewsHour

These travel companies add climate-conscious options to your itinerary  PBS NewsHour

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg traveled to the U.S. by boat. Here are some other options for sustainable travel.

The world is burning, and all Australia has is a big stick - RenewEconomy

The world is burning, and all Australia has is a big stick  RenewEconomy

The world is burning, and Australia is doing nothing but waving a big stick. No wonder the kids have gone on strike.

Government and business face up to new realities - The Australian Financial Review

Government and business face up to new realities  The Australian Financial Review

The Coalition and business ended the week closer amid all the culture war distractions.

The clean dozen make a bet on alternative power - The Australian

The clean dozen make a bet on alternative power  The Australian

Bets on clean technologies have ballooned this decade. More than US2.6 trillion 3.8 trillion has flowed into low-carbon energy alone since 2010, according to ...

It’s not a conversation when only one view is allowed - The Australian

It’s not a conversation when only one view is allowed  The Australian

There is nothing new about what some have termed the new intolerance. Its just that contemporary intolerance is more intense and all-embracing than once was ...

ARENA funds expansion of renewables in food processing, for power and heat - RenewEconomy

ARENA funds expansion of renewables in food processing, for power and heat  RenewEconomy

ARENA chips in $460000 into initiative seeking to dramatically increase the use of renewables to supply heat to food processing operations.

Ageing infrastructure the symptom, not the cause, of creaking energy market - RenewEconomy

Ageing infrastructure the symptom, not the cause, of creaking energy market  RenewEconomy

it is not ageing infrastructure holding Australia's energy market back. It is ageing institutions that have failed to get a grid on technology change.

China's energy game plan features a giant coal-hauling rail line - The Japan Times

China's energy game plan features a giant coal-hauling rail line  The Japan Times

There is nothing quite like a massive coal rail to demonstrate China's loyalty to the dirtiest of fossil fuels. Almost a decade in the making, the nearly.

Damned if you do, damned if you don't: how feed-in tariffs hold the key to energy incumbents' future - EcoGeneration

Damned if you do, damned if you don't: how feed-in tariffs hold the key to energy incumbents' future  EcoGeneration

20th September, 2019 | For Consumers, Renewables, Solar, Storage |. Damned if you do, damned if you don't: how feed-in. The energy giants are looking down ...

Alternative Energy Cable Market insights offered in a recent report - Rapid News Network

Alternative Energy Cable Market insights offered in a recent report  Rapid News Network

Demand for Renewable energy, also known as alternative energy, is growing rapidly. Alternative energy is generated by using renewable energy resources ...

South Australian Business Index 2019 - the full list - InDaily

South Australian Business Index 2019 - the full list  InDaily

Today we unveil InDaily's South Australian Business Index 2019 - showcasing the state's top 100 most successful local companies.

Canadian startup Hydrostor is storing energy in compressed air - Quartz

Canadian startup Hydrostor is storing energy in compressed air  Quartz

To achieve a zero-carbon electric grid, we'll need technologies that can store solar and wind energy.

Today Sunshine Coast students and workers march through Cotton Tree Demanding Climate action Sunshine Coast - My Sunshine Coast

Today Sunshine Coast students and workers march through Cotton Tree Demanding Climate action Sunshine Coast  My Sunshine Coast

This Friday September 20th Sunshine Coast students and their supporters will gather at Maroochydore Rotary Park Cotton Tree from 12-2pm with speakers ...

Australia could export renewable energy by 2050: Report - Power Technology

Australia could export renewable energy by 2050: Report  Power Technology

The Australian-German Energy Transition Hub has published a report that says Australia could meet 200% of its energy demands from renewable sources by ...

Dust-up over food labelling obscures bigger food crisis - The Fifth Estate

Dust-up over food labelling obscures bigger food crisis  The Fifth Estate

Baristas beware: the dairy industry is going into battle to ban the use of the word milk in conjunction with soy, almond, coconut or other plant-based ...

AWU splits with Labor over nuclear power restrictions - The Australian

AWU splits with Labor over nuclear power restrictions  The Australian

The Australian Workers Union will call on Australia to drop restrictions on nuclear power in a significant break from the Labor Party and other unions.