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Baseload Report – BZE Newsletter October 2016 – Western Australia as Renewable Energy Superpower – 10 Year Shift to Electric Vehicles Realistic and Affordable – Energy Freedom

Renewable Energy Superpower Perth October 27 […]

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It’ll do a power of good for Australia to shift to electric vehicles

This article first appeared in Guardian Sustainable Business on August 12 2016 Stephen Bygrave If government gets involved the process will be cost-effective – not to mention the benefits of cleaner air because of lower pollution [...]

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Baseload Report – BZE Newsletter September 2016 – 10 Year Shift to Electric Vehicles Realistic and Affordable – Electric Vehicles Welcome in Queensland

Electric Vehicles Welcome in Queensland Queensland Government Minister for Main Roads, Road Safety and Ports and Minister for Energy and Water Supply Hon Mark Bailey MP was about to leave for the Tesla factory in California when he very [...]

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Climate change: communities and councils fill void on zero emissions targets – Guardian

Guardian Sustainable Business June 28 2016 Stephen Bygrave In the absence of ambitious climate action by the federal government, communities are leading Australia in setting renewable energy targets Rooftop solar panels in Yackandandah in north-eastern [...]

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