Renewable Energy


The first project in a US$1 billion nationwide renewable energy programme has been launched in South Australia, as part of a push to bring down Australia’s electricity prices. The Whyalla-based 280-megawatt Cultana Solar Farm will begin construction in early 2019, employing 350 workers during construction and providing greater energy security to the Whyalla Liberty OneSteel …

Melissa HancockAugust 14, 2018

Dr. Børge Bjørneklett, chief technology officer at Ocean Sun, talks to Melissa Hancock about why floating solar is set to be the ‘next big thing’ in solar energy     With half the world’s population living in coastal areas, and more than three quarters of the world’s megacities located by the sea, it’s not too difficult to see why …

Alicia BullerAugust 14, 2018

In an exclusive interview with Impact4All, His Excellency Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, DEWA managing director and CEO, talks about his vision for the future and the vital lessons he’s learned from building the world’s largest solar park The emirate of Dubai has approved sustainable energy projects worth over $7 billion this year. The initiatives, which …

Melissa HancockAugust 8, 2018

Henning Wuester, director of the Knowledge, Policy and Finance Centre at Irena, talks to Melissa Hancock about how corporates are shaking up renewables and how streamlining solar project finance contracts could be a game-changer As the intergovernmental organisation that supports countries in their transition to a sustainable energy future, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has …

Melissa HancockAugust 6, 2018

Jim Fusaro, CEO, and Cesar Alberte, VP International, of Array Technologies, talk to Melissa Hancock about the firm’s global expansion plans  New Mexico-based Array Technologies has supplied more than 20,000 solar trackers since its formation in 1989. Today, it is playing a crucial role in expanding into and leading markets around the world in the transition to solar …


Planning approval has been granted for Australia’s largest ever solar farm  The Rodds Bay project will be located near the coast in Queensland and have a capacity of 300 megawatts (MW). This is enough to power around 88,000 households, according to energy developers Renew Estate. Construction will take place later this year and it is …

Cora MoranAugust 6, 2018

The world needs to dramatically reduce the amount of energy used for farming, writes Cora Moran Farming is, of course, essential to all of our lives. Over the centuries, a variety of innovations in pre-industrial agriculture, such as water mills, windmills and beasts of burden, have helped to substantially increase net available energy and increase …

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