13 09, 2021

What Is Biogas and How Does It Differ From Other Types of Gas?

2021-12-15T12:51:50+00:00September 13, 2021|Categories: Natural gas, Renewable Energy|

Every year, Britons throw away around 270,000 tonnes of food during the Christmas season. But we can use those leftover mince pies, roast vegetables and turkeys to generate a renewable form of energy: biogas. The Christmas season alone could be used to generate up to 300 gigawatt-hours. That is enough to heat 25,000 homes. It would also cut carbon dioxide [...]

13 09, 2021

How Will Energy in Australia Change Over the Coming Years?

2021-12-15T12:45:26+00:00September 13, 2021|Categories: Natural gas, Renewable Energy|

The future of energy in Australia is a hotly debated topic. Scott Morrison’s centre-right government is enacting a 'gas-fired recovery' to the COVID-19 economic crisis. This involves exploring new natural gas production opportunities whilst investing in the existing natural gas infrastructure.  However, critics point to the fact that natural gas is a key contributor to climate change. Investing in gas [...]

9 09, 2021

Solar Energy Companies in Australia

2021-12-15T12:21:13+00:00September 9, 2021|Categories: Corporations, Renewable Energy|

It is not widely known that Australian ingenuity made clean solar energy companies viable. Though the solar cell was invented in the US in the 1940s, there was little progress until Martin Green came along. He was an engineering professor at the University of New South Wales who started tinkering with the solar cell. In 1975, the Brisbane-born engineer started [...]

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