A clean break for Australia's future
- POWER STRUGGLE. Heathcote, Andrew // BRW;6/24/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 24, p42
Focuses on the new energy policy of the Australian government. Investment in renewable energy technology; Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol on international environmental matters; Promotion of the main sources of renewable power.
- The US Military, Green Energy, and the SPIDERS at Pearl Harbor ... (SPIDERS) ... DeWit, Andrew // Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;3/ 4/2013, Vol. 2013 Issue 9, p2
The article discusses the Smart Power Infrastructure Demonstration for Energy Reliability and Security (SPIDERS), which is considered as a milestone to the military-centered energy industrial policy nexus of the U.S. and is one element of the rapidly growing green energy industry. SPIDERS is...
- THE CARBON ISSUE IS HEATING UP. // TIPRO Target Newsletter;4/2/2009, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p1
The article focuses on the introduction of the energy legislation, 2009 American Clean Energy and Security Act, by U.S. Representatives, Henry Waxman and Ed Markey, regarding the regulation of carbon and promotion of energy alternatives. It states that the bill, designed to cut greenhouse gases,...
- Clean-Tech Kitcheree. Pope, Carl // Sierra;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p10
The author reflects on the potential of India to become a producer of clean energy. Although the article indicates that India lacks a climate-change or energy policy, the author states that the central government may have one. Topics include electricity produced from wind power, solar-power...
- Looking for a green future. // China Economic Review (13506390);Apr2013, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p38
The article explores China's energy issues, including the growing need to find solutions to problems created by energy production. The country's continued search for green energy, and the problems that it in turn creates, are highlighted. It also discusses China's five-year plan that calls for...
- GOING GREEN: INCENTIVES FOR THE ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY. // Global Journal of Business Research (GJBR);2011, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p77
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- British Columbia Neuters Utility Commission Over Renewables. Beattie, Jeff // Energy Daily;7/6/2010, Issue 126, p3
The article reports that lawmakers in British Columbia approved legislation that is aimed to expand the clean energy production of the province but does so by stripping the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) and transforming the structure of the province's power markets. It notes that...
- Clean Energy for South Carolina. Rennicks, Jennifer; Hagan, Colin // Business & Economic Review;Apr-Jun2008, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p26
The article explains why South Carolina should join other states and the Washington, D.C. in establishing a standard to promote clean-energy businesses in the state. It claims that the adoption of a clean energy policy by South Carolina is necessary because it cannot afford to continue to import...
- Dirty money talks, governments baulk. Butler, Simon // Green Left Weekly;8/31/2011, Issue 893, Special section p3
In this article, the author discusses aspects of the Australian government's preference to support the economic market condition over renewable energy in Australia.