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Cutting edge, algal bio-sequestration, to be implemented at Bayswater, coal power station to convert effluent into biofuels
Synopsis A world-first, biological, carbon capture plant is potentially on the horizon to clean up coal power station effluent. This technology, if successful, could be a game changer for energy production: “clean” coal power coupled with renewable petrol production. How … Continue reading
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Global Warming doom-and-gloom is doomed
Global Warming experts, the IPCC, recant. The End is not Nigh. Their doom-and-gloom catastrophe scenarios, that justified a whopping great Carbon Tax in Australia, have fizzled away like the deadly heat waves that they no longer predict. There’s no need … Continue reading
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Global Warming Bubble Bursts
The much hyped “consensus of scientists”, that first brought us the phenomenon that is Global Warming (namely the IPCC), are changing their long sung tune. Hot off the press, they themselves now claim Global Warming is NOT catastrophic and their … Continue reading
Australia’s cheap energy is a thing of the past, why are we now insisting we must top the pricing, leader board?
The oft-cited perception that Australian electricity is cheap as chips is no longer true; charges are now 70% higher than America. In addition, this disparity is only getting bigger with essential Network Upgrades and Carbon Taxes pushing Australia’s costs up … Continue reading
Wind farms are finally blowing away Australia’s Carbon Footprint, or are they?
We see a fair number of wind farms dotted around our vast Australian landscape. They must be making a difference. They must be significantly reducing our Carbon Footprint? In a nutshell, no, they’re not. It’s very complex statement to fully … Continue reading