Australian states, territories and local governments leading the way on renewables and climate commitments

May 3, 2017 at 1:55 am

*** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS POST WAS UPDATED IN SEPTEMBER 2020. PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR THE UPDATED VERSION:  Ambitious climate action commitments by states, local governments and communities – Sep 2020 *** We started tracking the commitments of states, territories and local governments in 2014 when we developed the Renewable Energy Master Plan for … Continue reading Australian states, territories and local governments leading the way on renewables and climate commitments

Book trailer ‘Energy Unlimited’

April 3, 2017 at 11:33 am

If, as a society, we are to meet the Climate Agreement that was signed in Paris in 2015, we need to reach zero net emissions by the second half of this century. Organisations will play a big part in reaching this milestone. As part of their sustainability commitments and to combat rising electricity prices, organisations … Continue reading Book trailer ‘Energy Unlimited’

How the average council can save ratepayers $1m per year

March 27, 2017 at 11:44 pm

100% Renewables undertook an investigation of how much regional councils spend on electricity, street lighting and fuels, on average. The results are that a typical rural council in NSW spends about $2.5m per year on electricity, $250,000 on street lighting electricity and roughly $1m on fuels like diesel and petrol. By implementing energy efficiency measures like … Continue reading How the average council can save ratepayers $1m per year