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McCain Foods go big in Ballarat with renewables

威廉希尔赔率分析In the race to decarbonise the economy, industrial processing is a tough nut to crack given the amount of heat needed to process goods. But there’s signs of progress, with frozen food giant McCain Foods committing to what it claims is Australia’s largest behind-the-meter renewable energy system.

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Looking for savings? Energy efficiency is the best place to start 

It’s great to see property companies setting themselves ambitious emissions reduction targets, says Buildings Alive chief executive officer Craig Roussac, but are they making the most of the easiest, cheapest tactic to cut emissions: using less energy?

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Massive Melbourne PPA plus other green opportunities

威廉希尔赔率分析Cbus Property, ISPT Property, Fulton Hogan, RMIT University, Deakin University, Citywide Asphalt and Mondelez International have put a collective tender out to 16 energy retailers seeking a renewable energy Power Purchase Agreement.

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Large-scale solar isn’t warming all farming hearts

威廉希尔赔率分析There’s a battle brewing in the bush not only around water – or lack thereof – but around solar, and whether it has any business taking over farmland.

Sydney Opera House has star ambitions with renewable energy PPA and sustainability 

Sydney Opera House has star ambitions with renewable energy PPA and sustainability 

威廉希尔赔率分析The Sydney Opera House might have “sustainability in its DNA” but there is still a huge energy bill to take care of every year. Now with a new power purchase agreement that energy bill will be both stabilised and renewable. And that’s just the start of its new sustainability profile.

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Sunshine Plaza’s time in the sun

威廉希尔赔率分析Sunshine Plaza in Melbourne’s west has completed a large rooftop solar array that will not only lower carbon emissions but also shield tenants from rising electricity prices.