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  • Luke Osborne COO Reposit Power

    Reposit Power was founded in 2012, as a small tech start up company with big ideas based in Canberra. Reposit’s software allows the households to actively trade with their electricity provider, ensuring they get the best value out of their solar and energy storage systems. The Reposit software and GridCredits system constantly works to lower your electricity […] The post Luke Osborne COO Reposit P...

  • Prof David Karoly

    Climate scientist stresses urgency “Our climate is not safe now,so what does dangerous climate change mean?” This comment/query was made in December 2015 by the guest expert today David Karoly who is Professor of Atmospheric Science  at the school of Earth Sciences at Melbourne University. He is internationally recognised as an  expert in climate science […] The post Prof David Karoly appeared fir...

  • Dr Stephen White

    Dr Stephen White is CSIRO’s Program Leader for the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) talks about the EnergyFit Homes Project research, which is a collaborative approach to unlocking the value of energy efficient homes for buyers, renters and investors.  The EnergyFit Homes Project proposes a national voluntary home energy efficiency disclosure […] The post Dr Stephen...

  • Energy-efficient homes pay dividends in lower power bills – Australian Financial Review Real Estate

    September 9 2016 Michael Bleby courtesy of AFR Share on twitter Share on Google Plus by Michael Bleby Eugenie and Helmuth Stockmann didn’t just buy a suburban Perth block in 2010, they developed it. Together with another couple Mark and Alana Dowley, they paid $550,000 for the 830-square-metre site at 96 Rutland Avenue in the […] The post Energy-efficient homes pay dividends in lower power bills –...

  • ELECTRIC VEHICLES & FEED IN TARIFFS

    This show was broadcast on Mon 19th September 2016 “The future is electric” – Larissa Waters “Conventional cars have to go” – Dr Stephen Bygrave “Imported cars and the oil to run them are a large part of our trade deficit”  – Dr Gary Ellem Dr Gary Ellem from Newcastle University is a futurist. He talks about young people designing […] The post ELECTRIC VEHICLES & FEED IN TARIFFS appeared first on...

  • 6:30pm Monday 3 October – Luke Osborne COO Reposit Power

    Reposit Power was founded in 2012, as a small tech start up company with big ideas based in Canberra. Reposit’s software allows the households to actively trade with their electricity provider, ensuring they get the best value out of their solar and energy storage systems. The Reposit software and GridCredits system constantly works to lower your electricity […] The post 6:30pm Monday 3 October – ...

Beyond Zero Emissions

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  • Australia’s ‘future’ fund should not consider financing the energy projects of the past

    Stephen Bygrave Guardian Sustainable Business Friday 1 April 2016 17.39 AEDTLast modified on Monday 4 July 201614.40 AEST Australia can be a renewable energy superpower if it plays its investment cards right – we have to move on from our misguided fossilised past Broken Hill solar plant, New South Wales, Australia. Photograph: Arena/EPA Share on […] The post Australia’s ‘future’ fund should not co...

  • Climate change: communities and councils fill void on zero emissions targets

    Guardian Sustainable Business June 28 2016 Stephen Bygrave In the absence of ambitious climate action by the federal government, communities are leading Australia in setting renewable energy targets Rooftop solar panels in Yackandandah in north-eastern Victoria. Photograph: TRY Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Communities and councils are filling the void left by the federal […] The post Climate...

  • It’ll do a power of good for Australia to shift to electric vehicles

    Guardian Sustainable Business August 12 2016 Stephen Bygrave If government gets involved the process will be cost-effective – not to mention the benefits of cleaner air because of lower pollution Dr Stephen Bygrave is the chief executive of Beyond Zero Emissions Friday 12 August 2016 14.11 AESTLast modified on Tuesday 16 August 201614.57 AEST A Tesla […] The post It’ll do a power of good for Austr...

  • The future is electric for Australian cars and buses

    August 12, 2016,  00:00 Immediate Media contact for comment is BZE CEO Dr Stephen Bygrave 0408 907 686 THE FUTURE IS ELECTRIC FOR AUSTRALIAN CARS AND BUSES August 12, 2016,  00:00 Immediate  This morning BZE released its latest Zero Carbon Australia costings this time for Australia to  transition to an entire urban passenger fleet of cars and […] The post The future is electric for Australian cars...

  • Consumers and economy will be the big winners if Australia captures its renewable energy advantage

    MONDAY 11 April EMBARGOED to 00.01 HRS THURSDAY 14 APRIL 2016 Media Release A report on how Australia can position itself to be a Renewable Energy Superpower is being launched in Brisbane this week with a keynote by Queensland Environment Minister the Hon Dr Steven Miles – the simple message is that consumers and economy will be […] The post Consumers and economy will be the big winners if Austral...

  • Climate change and east coast low pressure systems: Acacia Pepler: Podcast

    We hear from Acacia Pepler. She’s a PhD student at the University of New South Wales Climate Change Research Centre, where she studies extreme rainfall and East Coast Lows, wild storms and their relation to climate change impacts. Broadcast about 26 Aug 2016 BZE Technology Radio Show Podcast Beyond Zero Emissions Acacia was initially interested […] The post Climate change and east coast low pressu...

  • Electric vehicle switch ‘realistic and affordable’: report – Australian Financial Review

    Angela Macdonald Smith August 12 2016 Courtesy of AFR http://www.afr.com/business/energy/electricity/electric-vehicle-switch-r… Electric vehicle switch ‘realistic and affordable’: report Share via Email Share on Google Plus Post on facebook wall Share on twitter Post to Linkedin Share on Reddit Switching to 100 per cent electric cars by 2025 is “affordable” for Australia, a report has found. Erin ...

  • Shifting Australian cars to electric could happen within 10 years, at little or no extra cost – The Courier Mail

    Shifting Australian cars to electric could happen within 10 years, at little or no extra cost http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/shifting-australian-cars-to-electric-could-happen-within-10-years-at-little-or-no-extra-cost/news-story/0ada22105ca6af30342cbb69cb6fcf1b Courtesy of The Courier-Mail DARYL PASSMORE, The Courier-Mail SHIFTING Australia’s entire private car fleet to electric veh...

  • Baseload Report – BZE Newsletter September 2016 – 10 Year Shift to Electric Vehicles Realistic and Affordable – Electric Vehicles Welcome in Queensland

    Electric Vehicles Welcome in Queensland Queensland Government Minister for Main Roads, Road Safety and Ports and Minister for Energy and Water Supply Hon Mark Bailey MP was about to leave for the Tesla factory in California when he very kindly accepted our invitation to provide the keynote address for the launch of the Zero Carbon Australia Electric Vehicles report hosted by […] The post Baseload ...

  • Music and Magic amplify climate solutions – The “Creating a Climate for Change” Melbourne Playback Theatre event

    This show was broadcast on Mon 12th September 2016 Today on BZE Radio join us at NorthcoteTown Hall in Melbourne for an excerpt from an inspired and inspiring event held on August 11th called Creating a Climate for Change (thank you Melbourne Playback Theatre). PANEL Architect Rob Adams returned to his University in South Africa and found […] The post Music and Magic amplify climate solutions – Th...

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