Everybody knows renewables are the future. The world’s cheapest and cleanest power is now coming from Aussie sunshine and wind. All pollution free and representing the biggest business opportunity of our lifetime.
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An aspirational journey to discover what the future could look like if we simply embraced the best that exists today.
Because Australia can produce some of the world's cheapest renewable energy, it is perfectly positioned to ride 3 global economic waves – US$28 Trillion investment in renewables, creating zero carbon exports, and sending zero carbon gasses and fuels to the world.
Hot on the heels of the news that the UK is set to abolish coal by late 2024, the Biden administration has 9 big climate goals that will transform the US and the world.

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In his new book, Reset; world renowned economist, Ross Garnaut, shows how Australia can use its potential as a renewable energy superpower to resurrect from the 2020 COVID-19 slump bigger and better than ever.
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550 people, many who cannot install solar, came together to invest $2.4 million in the Majura Community Solar Farm that produces enough to power 260 homes. Investors can expect to see returns start to hit their bank accounts in the first 12 months.
The owner of the Latrobe Valley generator has recently said that the coal plant will close 4 years earlier than previously thought. The reasons for this unexpected acceleration towards a cleaner future are clear: renewable energy is too cheap to out compete.
Everybody knows renewables are the future. The world’s cheapest and cleanest power is now coming from Aussie sunshine and wind. All pollution free and representing the biggest business opportunity of our lifetime.
Everybody knows renewables are the future. You’ll be shocked at how many of smart energies biggest fans are also household names including IKEA, Apple and even, Shell.
Australian’s love big things, the big banana, the big merino, the big prawn, and now, the big battery. But the winner of the battle of the batteries may surprise you as Tasmania more than doubles its closest competitor as it pursues plans to become the ‘Battery of the Nation’.
Great news for Australia: A 2019 stocktake of smart energy jobs shows that there are more than 27,000 direct full-time jobs in domestic renewable energy and over 58,000 in energy efficiency. Despite renewable energy representing only 1 fifth of Australia’s energy generation, a like for like comparison reveals that it employs more than double the people than in domestic coal, oil and gas… combined.
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