New Rules for Solar Farms Risk Local Jobs and Investment – Clean Energy Council said

New regulations introduced suddenly by the Queensland Government without clear justification and negligible consultation with the solar industry will cost local jobs and slow the rollout of large-scale solar, the Clean Energy Council said today. The Clean Energy Council’s Director of Energy Generation, Anna Freeman, said the new regulation, due to come into effect on…

Renewables will dominate world’s energy needs, says global body IRENA

Renewable energy could become the dominant source of energy across the world, provide up to 86% of global power demand under a scenario in which deeper electrification means that electricity’s share of final energy consumption jumps from its current levels of 20% to 50% by 2050. A new report published by the International Renewable Energy…

Southeast Asia Becoming A Center For Renewable Energy Development

April 2, 2019 Technological innovations and favourable government policies are among the four trends expected to drive Southeast Asia’s transition to renewable energy in the coming years.A report published by global auditing firm KPMG on Tuesday titled ‘The Renewable Energy Transition’ noted that while there are still 70 million ASEAN citizens without access to reliable…

The World Will Add 70,000 Solar Panels Every Hour In The Next 5 Years

According to article published by Formative Content, “By 2022 the worlds renewable energy capacity overall should increase by 43%”. The amount of solar power capacity expected to be added in the coming years is equivalent to 70,000 new solar panels every hour – enough to cover 1,000 soccer pitches every day. It is estimated that…