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Electric vehicle budget impost, it’s a myth!

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The Electric Vehicle Council has a new report that shows worries about electric vehicles and fuel excise tax avoidance are a furphy that masks hidden benefits to the Australian economy from switching to electric vehicles — if only Australian governments supported the move by lowering other taxes on electric. Read

Are virtual power plants the future of solar power?

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WHEN MATHS TEACHER Katie Brooks was searching for a new apartment, the solar panels on the rooftop of the Fremantle complex she eventually settled on were a big drawcard. ABOVE:  Katie Brooks can sell power to other residents in the White Gum Valley apartment complex. (Supplied) Ms Brooks said utilising solar energy

Game-changing renewables industry PLUS jobs for NSW

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Bryce Wilson Labor candidate for Monaro post 28 February: NSW Labor is unveiling much-needed and change-oriented policy promises for all sectors from health and education to energy and transport and country care. A massive shift on the environmental front — that affects everyone — is Labor’s promised transition to a renewables-based

Good news for Christmas, we need it!

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A feast of renewables in business THE INDEPENDENT CLIMATE Council reports that 40,000 Australian businesses have made the switch to renewable energy — among them many food and beverage producers. “Our report is a festive feast of renewables. Savvy consumers can now buy sourdough baguettes, marinated goats’ cheese, dates, avocados and chocolates

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