We smooth the path for members of the community who want to foster the expansion of renewable energy in Australia. We do this by setting up projects ready for investment.Read more
WIND, SUN & SKY
Renewable energy produces little or no waste products such as carbon dioxide or other chemical pollutants, so has minimal impact on the environment. Renewable projects have been bringing economic benefits due to increased use of local services as well as tourism to many regional areas, as most projects are located away from large urban centres and suburbs of the capital cities.Read more
The exact type and intensity of environmental impacts varies depending on the specific technology used, the geographic location, and a number of other factors. By understanding the current and potential environmental issues associated with each renewable energy source, we can takes steps to effectively avoid or minimize these impacts as they become a larger portion of our electric supply.Read more
TOWARD A RENEWABLE ENERGY FUTURE
What do we really know about re new able energy? Hu man acti vity is over load ing our atmo sphere. With car bon dio xide and other glo bal warm ing emis sions. While trap ping heat and stead ily driv ing up. Due to the planet’s tem per ature. While creat ing sig ni fi cant harm ful impacts on our health. And our en viron ment, and our cli mate too.
As a re sult of un der stand ing the cur rent. And po tent ial en viron men tal is sues. As so ciated with each re new able en ergy source. And we can take steps. First of all, to ef fect ively avoid or mini mize these im pacts. While they be come an other larger port ion of our elec tric supply. Accel era ting the trans ition to a re new ables-based ener gy sys tem is key. Most of all it re pre sents a unique oppor tun ity. To meet cli mate goals. While fuel ling eco nom ic growth. Crea ting new em ploy ment oppor tunities and en hanc ing human welfare. It is still im por tant, however, to un der stand the envi ron men tal im pacts. Because these. Are asso cia ted with pro duc ing power. From re new able sources. Such as wind, solar, geo ther mal, bio mass, and hydro power.
Mother nature knows best.
Furthermore, wind and solar photo voltaic sys tems do not require water to gene rate elec tricity. Consequently, they can help mitigate risks asso ciated with water scarcity. Most noteworthy is wind and solar photo voltaic sys tems because they do not re quire water to generate ele ctric ity. In addition to this, they can help miti gate risks asso ciated with water scarcity.