BZE Blog 2016-11-28T12:02:07+00:00

Recent posts from Beyond Zero Emissions.

LOW CARBON WITH LOVE  from W.A, Canada  and India

Monday 26th March 2018 Three inspiring stories about lowering our carbon footprint. Frances Jones and her partner manage half a million hectares in W.A. Destocking gave them a chance to slowly  restore the land and sequester carbon. Wetlands came to life, perennial grasses came back and feral numbers went down. [...]

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OXTO Energy: flywheel energy storage

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio talks to George Prassinos PhD, founder of OXTO Energy who have developed an innovative flywheel energy storage system to enable a sustainable, low-carbon future. A flywheel is considered a mechanical battery that stores kinetic energy in the form of a rotating mass. " ” [...]

By | 17 Mar 2018|Categories: Technology Show|Comments Off on OXTO Energy: flywheel energy storage

National Energy Guarantee

12 March 2018 BZE (Community)Radio Show Presenter/Producer: Erin Jones Topic: National Energy Guarantee On today's show we focus on the National Energy Guarantee. We speak with Climate Council Councillor Greg Bourne about their latest report: Clean & Reliable Power: Roadmap to a Renewable Future http://www.climatecouncil.org.au/renewables-roadmap-2018 This report is a response [...]

By | 12 Mar 2018|Categories: Community Show|Comments Off on National Energy Guarantee

Simon Holmes à Court’s renewable energy outlook

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio talks to Simon Holmes à Court, senior advisor to the Energy Transition Hub at Melbourne University and sits on the advisory board of the Melbourne Energy Institute. He was founding chair of Hepburn Wind, Australia’s first community owned wind farm. He talks about our [...]

By | 09 Mar 2018|Categories: Technology Show|Comments Off on Simon Holmes à Court’s renewable energy outlook

Port Augusta – How we changed the conversation on renewables

Beyond Zero Emissions' research, transition plans, advocacy and community engagement, kicked off a five-year community campaign that led to: (1) a formal government inquiry, and (2) the South Australian Government announcing a $650 million Concentrated Solar Thermal plant for Port Augusta. BZE is an organisation that punches far above its [...]

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Julius Tan of Electrify Asia talks blockchain

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio's Anthony Daniele and Matt Grantham speak to Julius Tan, CEO of Electrify Asia, a blockchain based intelligent energy ecosystem. Electrify Asia is the first retail electricity marketplace in Southeast-Asia addressing the need for transparency and security in the consumption of energy. "ELECTRIFY plans to develop a [...]

By | 05 Mar 2018|Categories: Technology Show|Comments Off on Julius Tan of Electrify Asia talks blockchain

BULGA to BYLONG- Locking the Gates

Mon 5th March 2018 BULGA to BYLONG- Locking the Gates This is an audio voyage up the Hunter Valley where brave communities are holding out against climate changing coal expansions. We meet:     Wannarua Elder- Pat Hansson     Ex Miner- Frank Turnbull     Community Leader – John [...]

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Petra Stock talks Renewables and Storage Powering Australia

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio talk to Petra Stock, an Environmental Engineer and The Climate Council's lead on energy and climate solutions, across policy and technological developments. She talks about the Climate Council's latest report "Fully Charged: Renewables and Storage Powering Australia". The Climate Council, is a not-for-profit organisation [...]

By | 02 Mar 2018|Categories: Technology Show|Comments Off on Petra Stock talks Renewables and Storage Powering Australia

Ocean Drawdown

Mon 26th Feb 2018 Alix Foster Van Elst Ocean Drawdown Do you get seasick out on the ocean? Is the sea sick of climate change? Alanna Mitchell overcame her sea sickness and went down to the bottom of the ocean. She is an award winning Canadian Science journalist. [...]

By | 26 Feb 2018|Categories: Community Show|Comments Off on Ocean Drawdown

Marty Andrews (Chargefox) & Russ Shepherd (EVolution Australia) on EV charging

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio speaks to Marty Andrews from Chargefox and Russ Shepherd from EVolution Australia about Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure and consumer apps. Chargefox aims to simplify electric vehicle charging and management across fleet, private and public networks. ""We have the solutions, what are the problems?" Marty Andrews is [...]

By | 24 Feb 2018|Categories: BZE Radio, Technology Show|Comments Off on Marty Andrews (Chargefox) & Russ Shepherd (EVolution Australia) on EV charging

Climate Action

Discussion – 5 March: Climate action with Ellen Sandell & Rachel Deans Monday 5 March 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm AEDT Climate action: where is our effort, time and money most effective? Ellen Sandell, Greens State MP for Melbourne, holds the portfolios of Climate Change, Energy, Resources, Water and Environment, and is passionate [...]

By | 23 Feb 2018|Categories: Discussion Group|Comments Off on Climate Action

BZE and ISCA working to encourage low carbon cements

Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE) and the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia ( ISCA) are working together to encourage low carbon cements in Australian infrastructure. BZE Media Release Issued 20 February 2018 Australia could lead the world on zero carbon cement with the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia’s  Infrastructure Sustainability (IS) rating [...]

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LOW CARBON AND LOVING IT

LOW CARBON AND LOVING IT + FIGHT FOR THE BIGHT AT TRANSITIONS FILM FESTIVAL Mon 19th Feb 2018 Mark Delaney brought his kids up in the poor suburbs of Delhi.Returning to Australia he and his son Tom were shocked at our apathy round climate change. Their story is a fresh look [...]

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Nigel Morris talks Solar Analytics and Electric Vehicles

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio talk to Nigel Morris, Business Development Director at Solar Analytics, who are an Australian software company, founded by UNSW engineers, providing a real time solar energy system monitoring platform. Nigel Morris is a 25 year solar industry veteran, industry advocate and talks about Solar [...]

By | 17 Feb 2018|Categories: Technology Show|Comments Off on Nigel Morris talks Solar Analytics and Electric Vehicles

WePower Blockchain-Powered green energy platform

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio's Anthony Daniele and Matt Grantham speak to Nikolaj Martyniuk, CEO and co-founder of WePower, a Blockchain-Powered green energy platform. "WePower enables renewable energy producers to raise capital by issuing their own energy tokens. These tokens represent energy they commit to produce and deliver. Energy tokenization [...]

By | 14 Feb 2018|Categories: Technology Show|Comments Off on WePower Blockchain-Powered green energy platform

Restoration

Mon 12th Feb 2018 We meet Dr Bob Brown to talk about restoring the Tarkine Forest to its indigenous custodians and sequestering carbon in its soils. Bob also discussed his case defending the right to protest  logging or mining operations and his win in the High court . This protects the Tarkine defenders [...]

By | 13 Feb 2018|Categories: Community Show|Comments Off on Restoration

Bob Hale: Office Manager

Bob has an extensive background as a Senior Project Manager. His strengths lie in organisation, coordination, and following through to make sure tasks get done in a timely manner. He is adept at financial tracking, scheduling, Risk management, Issue Management, and People management. Bob has filled several roles at BZE, [...]

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