Australian Government investing to make solar cheaper and more efficient

The Australian Government is providing $449,000 to an innovative Australian solar company which is developing a new, highly efficient, and potentially cheaper solar cell. The funding will help NSW company Dyesol create a roadmap to take its perovskite solar cell technology from the lab to a commercially available product. Perovskite solar technology is low cost,…

Removing duplication in NSW roads regulation

The Federal Minister for the Environment, Greg Hunt, and the New South Wales Minister for Roads Duncan Gay, today announced that the strategic assessment of small scale road and traffic works has been approved under national environment law. Through the strategic assessment, a broad, landscape scale assessment of potential impacts to the environment has been…

Australian Government investing to make solar cheaper and more efficient

The Australian Government is providing $449,000 to an innovative Australian solar company which is developing a new, highly efficient, and potentially cheaper solar cell. The funding will help NSW company Dyesol create a roadmap to take its perovskite solar cell technology from the lab to a commercially available product. Perovskite solar technology is low cost,…

ABC RN breakfastinterview with Fran Kelly

E&OE…. Topics: Office of Climate Change and Renewables Innovation, renewable energy, Emissions Reduction Fund, Maurice Newman, Australia’s 2030 emissions target FRAN KELLY: Greg Hunt is the Environment Minister. Minister, welcome back to Breakfast. GREG HUNT: Good morning, Fran. FRAN KELLY: Under the Government of Tony Abbott, there were moves to try to abolish the CEFC…

Solar energy boost for Torquay

This Government is about helping Australians do their bit for the environment, whilst also reducing their electricity bills. The work to install a 15.3kW solar panel system on one of the Torquay Country Fire Authority’s buildings will deliver benefits to the community through energy cost savings, and also to the environment through emissions reduction. The…

Green Army looking after our coast from Lorne to Anglesea

A Corangamite Green Army team is working to protect and improve the environment along the coast from Lorne to Anglesea. This team is a great example of local young people working with their community to achieve practical environmental outcomes for their local area. Federal Minister for the Environment, Greg Hunt, said there are six Green…

$500,000 for community groups in Corangamite

$500,000 in grant funding will be made available to local community groups over the next three years to support activities to protect grasslands, woodlands and wetlands of Victoria’s volcanic plains, and the magnificent coastal areas of the Corangamite region. The first round of the Corangamite CMA Community Grants Programme opens today and will close on…