The Zero Carbon Australia 2020 Stationary Energy Plan was launched to a packed out auditorium at the University of Melbourne on Wednesday.
To download the full Zero Carbon Australia Stationary Energy Plan click here (8.4MB).
Hard copies can be purchased from the Melbourne Energy Institute.
Don’t miss out on this cutting-edge research, which shows how Australia can reach 100% renewable energy within a decade, using technology that is commercially available right now.
Great news for all Australians!
See media coverage on ABC Radio National PM and ABC2 News Breakfast.
YCAN is pleased to be hosting a presentation on the Zero Carbon Plan by Beyond Zero Emissions – come along to see how 100% renewable energy is possible!
Wednesday 28 July
Kindness House, Level 2, 288 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
RSVP to Yarracan -at- gmail.com
100% renewable energy for Australia within a decade is possible and affordable. Come along to the energy event of the year to find out how.
This free public lecture will be the launch of the Zero Carbon Australia Stationary Energy Plan.
Hosted by the University of Melbourne Energy Institute.
Wednesday 14 July, 6-8pm
Basement theatre, The Spot, 198 Berkeley St, Carlton
For further information click here
John Daley (CEO Grattan Institute)
Keith Lovegrove (Solar Thermal Group Leader, ANU)
Lane Crockett (General Manager, Pacific Hydro)
Matthew Wright (Executive Director Beyond Zero Emissions)
The Western Australian branch of the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union has passed a motion supporting 100% renewable energy at its recent conference.
The call for renewable energy was included as part of a motion against the nuclear industry. A section of the motion is below.
It’s great to see the union movement getting behind sensible energy policies.
“[the] Conference notes and supports the union policy on uranium mining, however until now very little has been done to implement this policy while the pro-uranium lobby continues to roll on and, in fact, is becoming more confident as they hitch their bandwagon to climate change. They argue that nuclear energy is necessary as part of the energy mix, which is not correct. The delay in the uptake of renewable energy is historically due to the fact that the fossil fuel lobby has been able to dominate energy.
“A “business as usual” model will not address the urgency of climate change. 100% renewable energy by 2020 is achievable. It is also necessary to combat climate change in such a manner as to negate the pro-uranium lobby. The demand for 100% renewable energy by 2020 is an international campaign that we need to not only support but be prepared to take action in support of, thereby attaining a nuclear-free future.”
YCAN took part in yesterday’s launch of the 100% Renewable Energy campaign by adding our voice to thousands of others via this photo of some of our members at the iconic “Fitzroy” sign on Johnston Street. Photos were taken by community groups all over Australia.
This new campaign is calling for an urgent transition to 100% renewable energy for Australia.
Is this possible? Is this affordable? The answer is yes and yes! Just one example of how we can do it is here.
Visit the campaign website for more information and to get inolved, or contact us at YCAN.