Australian Wind Alliance

Australian Wind Alliance

Australian Wind Alliance
How would you like to work with the Australian Wind Alliance? We're looking for a communications professional to help us tell the story of wind power's contribution to regional Australia and to a cleaner energy system. Applications close Tuesday 28th August.
Blog's photo for Wind Farms open their gates to the public
There are nearly 100 wind farms across Australia, generating clean energy for Australian businesses and households and strengthening the social and economic fabric of regional Australia. But have you ever seen a wind turbine up close?
Blog's photo for States stand strong on energy policy
While the National Energy Guarantee, or NEG, wasn't killed off at today's COAG meeting, State and Territory governments, led by Victorian Energy Minister, Lily D'Ambrosio, have laid down three deal breakers in their negotiations with the federal government: emissions reduction targets can only be allowed to increase over time and never go...
Blog's photo for Barunah Park farmer looking for a boost from the wind
The sweeping plains west of Geelong are perfect for wind farms. With a long agricultural history and swept by strong winds, the area around Rokewood is set to host a large project of up to 228 turbines, and become the next in a long line of regional communities to benefit...
Blog's photo for Windy July blows away the records
Winter is usually a good time for wind and this winter is no exception. Together with new wind farms added to the grid since last winter, strong winds throughout the season are driving higher and higher levels of wind power in the overall generation mix. Our sense is we're seeing...
Blog's photo for There's no fixing electricity without fixing emissions
Australia's electricity system is like the Airbnb apartment that every problem, challenge and political bitch-fight you can think of comes to party. We, the Australian public, are like the neighbours, enduring this thumping, all-night trash-fest for the best part of a decade. The guest list is epic - power costs too...