Heathcote, Andrew
March 2004
BRW;3/25/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p46
Trade Publication
Discusses the challenges facing the renewable energy sector in Australia. High cost of renewable power; Significance of government support for the sector's viability; Differences between the coalition and Labor on renewable energy; Negative preconceptions about the viability of unusual innovations; Little progress in establishing commercially viable energy-storage solutions; Prospects for an environmentally safe coal-fired power; Carbon capture advances; Renewable energy technologies.


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