Australian Wind Alliance

Australian Wind Alliance

Blog's photo for Pardon my political correctness
  There are plenty of reasons why nuclear power is a pretty poor choice to power our country but apparently it's politically correct to point them out. Ah well, pardon my political correctness! Here's our letter in response to their Editorial, reproduced here as the chances of the Tele printing...
Blog's photo for Community show of support at Rye Park Wind Farm PAC
In a bit of a first, half of the speakers at the planning hearing for the Rye Park Wind Farm lined up to speak in favour of the project that they think will bring The Australian Wind Alliance NSW Organiser Charlie Prell spoke on behalf of the AWA when attended...
Blog's photo for Wind, solar + storage cheaper than gas and coal
Incredible falls in the cost of renewables have continued this year, making a strong transition to clean energy a no-brainer. The cost of wind and solar energy has fallen so much they are now out-competing gas and coal, and experts are saying that will price gas out as a transition...
Blog's photo for Wind power sailing ahead in 2017
2017 promises to be huge year for the wind industry, with 14 wind farms, 1.6 gigawatts capacity and more than $3.6 billion of investment either under construction, or due to begin construction.  Further projects are likely to be announced in the coming months.
Blog's photo for 'We did this together'
Søren Hermansen, a farmer and community energy expert from a small Danish island, has been travelling around Australia speaking with communities about how to switch to 100% renewable energy. The Australian Wind Alliance’s Andrew Bray listened in on a talk in Inverell in the New England tablelands to pick up...
Blog's photo for Doubling down on coal
After a week of energy policy talk dominated by the Turnbull government’s outspoken support for new coal power generation for Australia, the independent energy research firm Bloomberg New Energy Finance has joined the growing chorus of voices saying, “umm, I don’t think so." This article reprinted from Reneweconomy outlines why coal is...