Renewable energy in Australia
Renewable energy has undergone substantial growth in Australia in the 21st century. It is estimated that Australia produced 29,678 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of renewable energy electricity (or equival...
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Solar power in Australia
Solar power in Australia is a relatively recent phenomenon. Currently, it has over 3,200 megawatts (MW) of installed photovoltaic (PV) solar power (February 2014), and 700 MW of PV was installed in th...
Wind power in Australia
Wind power is a rapidly expanding mode of renewable energy production in Australia with an average annual rate of growth in installed capacity of 35% over the five years up to 2011. As of 2011, there ...
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Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme
The Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (or CPRS) was a proposed cap-and-trade system of emissions trading for anthropogenic greenhouse gases, due to be introduced in Australia in 2010 by the Rudd gover...
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Wind power in South Australia
Wind power has become a significant energy source within South Australia over the past decade. As of August 2014, there was an installed capacity of 1,473 MW, which accounts for 27 per cent of electri...
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Snowy Mountains Scheme
The Snowy Mountains scheme or Snowy Scheme is a hydroelectricity and irrigation complex in south-east Australia. The Scheme consists of sixteen major dams; seven power stations; a pumping station; and...
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Biofuel in Australia
Biofuel in Australia is available both as biodiesel and as ethanol fuel, which can be produced from sugarcane, sorghum or grains. There are currently three commercial producers of fuel ethanol in Aust...
Solar thermal energy in Australia
Australia is well placed to harness solar thermal energy. Solar thermal energy is used in three main ways: solar hot water heating, production of steam for electricity generation and space heating thr...
Wave power in Australia
Wave power in Australia is being developed as the country has a long and largely deep-water coastline. It is one of several regions of the world where wave power projects are being considered.
Centre for Appropriate Technology (Australia)
The Centre for Appropriate Technology Inc (CAT) is an Australian indigenous controlled organisation, based in Alice Springs (Central Australia), which aims to improve the lives of indigenous Australia...
Energy policy of Australia
The energy policy of Australia is subject to the regulatory and fiscal influence of all three levels of Government in Australia, although only the State and Federal levels determine policy for primary...
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Solar Systems (company)
Solar Systems is an Australian company that constructed three concentrator dish power stations in the Northern Territory of Australia, which together generate 720 kW and 1,555,000 kWh per ye...
Feed-in tariffs in Australia
Feed-in tariffs in Australia have been enacted by several State Governments for electricity generated by solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. Feed-in tariffs (FIT) are a premium rate paid to producers of ...
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Green electricity in Australia
Green electricity in Australia is available from a number of green energy suppliers that supply electricity from environmentally friendly energy sources that are renewable and non-polluting. The grow...
Ocean Power Technologies
Ocean Power Technologies (O.P.T.) is a US owned renewable energy company, providing power generation devices, services and related equipment for the extraction of energy from ocean waves. The company'...
Infigen Energy
Infigen Energy, formerly Babcock & Brown Wind Partners, is a specialist renewable energy business that develops, builds, owns, and operates energy generation assets. Infigen Energy has wind projec...
Geothermal power in Australia
Geothermal power in Australia is little used but growing. There are known and potential locations near the centre of the country that have been shown to contain hot granites at depth which hold good p...
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Solar credits
Solar credits are an initiative of the Australian Federal Government used as a multiplier to increase the number of Small-scale Technology Certificates (STC's) able to be created for eligible solar pa...
Raya Group
Raya Group (ASX: RYG), formerly Panax Geothermal Ltd, is an Australian geothermal company based in Queensland. Its focus is on exploring existing reservoirs containing hot geothermal fluids. In M...
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Energy in Queensland
Queensland's energy policy is based on the year 2000 document called the Queensland Energy Policy: A Cleaner Energy Strategy. The Queensland Government assists energy development through the Departmen...
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Pacific Renewable Energy

In 2003 the directors of PRE, who were the primary founders of the The Australian Biodiesel Group Limited, began their search for a sustainable replacement for used cooking oil and Tallow which a...
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