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Australian regulators struggle with shift to an energy democracy

Here’s something we can all do,  click on the link to get more backers so that Greg Barber can make a difference for us:

“In Queensland, fixed charges have been lifted so far that households… 325 more words

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More on solar power and supply instability

My previous article in BWorld on Solar power and supply instability attracted various comments from friends and strangers.

A socialist friend posted my article in his fb page, because they hate capitalism and fossil fuels. 742 more words

Solar power and supply instability

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last December 17, 2015.

Solar power, along with wind and small hydro, is among the favored renewable energy sources being pushed worldwide. 807 more words

LaSalle man charged in connection to $1-million solar panel fraud

A LaSalle man police say collected more than $1 million for solar projects he never completed has been charged with fraud.

Michael Levesque, 46, has been charged with 44 fraud-related offences. 98 more words


More Renewable Projects Being Ramped Up

The government is slowly reaching its fuel policy mix aim of 30 percent installed capacity for renewable energy (RE), with 272 more RE projects in the pipeline. 112 more words


Feed in tariff means expensive electricity

* This is my article in BusinessWorld yesterday, November 13.

Expensive electricity and unstable power supply are two big concerns for many sectors and businesses in the Philippines. 784 more words

Deadline Day Approaching!

With the Government’s axe poised to fall at midnight on 31st December, there is still time to take advantage of one of the best  investments available. 69 more words

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