World leading solar farm planned for New Mexico

World leading solar farm planned for New Mexico

THE largest solar farm in the world, eventually to deliver more than 300MW of electricity into the grid,

RENEWABLE ENERGY

28 APR 2006
Vestas wins Spanish turbine order

Vestas wins Spanish turbine order

WIND technology developer Vestas has received an order for 20 new turbines and its VestasOnline remote

RENEWABLE ENERGY

28 APR 2006
AUSTRALIAN HYDRO PROJECTS - Proposed

AUSTRALIAN HYDRO PROJECTS - Proposed

THE following table shows a comprehensive list of Australian hydro energy project proposals as of December

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28 APR 2006
AUSTRALIAN HYDRO PROJECTS - Operating

AUSTRALIAN HYDRO PROJECTS - Operating

THE following table shows a comprehensive list of hydro energy projects operating in Australia as of

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28 APR 2006
Abu Dhabi, major oilies set course for new energy economy

Abu Dhabi, major oilies set course for new energy economy

SOME of the world's largest oil and gas companies have become partners in an alternative energy initiative

RENEWABLE ENERGY

27 APR 2006
NSW's stake in Snowy a matter of debate

NSW's stake in Snowy a matter of debate

A PUBLIC forum on the sale of the New South Wales Government's stake in Snowy Hydro has seen Finance

RENEWABLE ENERGY

25 APR 2006
Contact to drill 2 geothermal wells at Tauhara

Contact to drill 2 geothermal wells at Tauhara

CONTACT Energy has announced plans to drill up to two new geothermal exploration wells in its Tauhara

RENEWABLE ENERGY

24 APR 2006
Euro player continues Australian solar expansion

Euro player continues Australian solar expansion

EUROPEAN solar company Conergy continues to expand its interests in consumer-oriented renewable energy

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24 APR 2006
AES to invest $US1 billion in alternative energy

AES to invest $US1 billion in alternative energy

GLOBAL power giant AES Corporation, which operates in 26 countries across five continents, announced

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21 APR 2006
OPINION: Auswind chief executive, Dominique La Fontaine

OPINION: Auswind chief executive, Dominique La Fontaine

THE recent decision to disallow a proposed windfarm at Bald Hills, Victoria has created national debate

RENEWABLE ENERGY

20 APR 2006

Abandoned NZ wells offer hot opportunities

NEW Zealand's abandoned oil and gas wells could produce enough geothermal energy to power a city, according

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19 APR 2006
GE increases wind turbine productivity

GE increases wind turbine productivity

WHILE political and community opposition are impacting specific wind energy projects, fundamental issues

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19 APR 2006
Solar power in the Victorian Alps

Solar power in the Victorian Alps

ALTHOUGH solar power is recognised as a suitable source of power in remote locations, we generally think

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18 APR 2006
A BOLD attempt to extend US renewables tax incentives

A BOLD attempt to extend US renewables tax incentives

UNITED States Democrat Senator Kent Conrad has proposed a new Bill that could extend the current tax

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18 APR 2006
Blowing hot and cold on wind power

Blowing hot and cold on wind power

WIND energy is more costly than fossil fuel-generated electricity and far less reliable. Wind speeds

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12 APR 2006
Hope for bright results from solar trial

Hope for bright results from solar trial

WEANING remote communities off diesel-fuelled electricity generation and onto renewable alternatives

RENEWABLE ENERGY

11 APR 2006