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A map with the location of our meeting tonight can be found here: http://www.facebook.com/CCCommunityEnergy (scroll down until you can see the map)
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 at 19:00 Business Incubator Loop Road University campus Ourimbah We invite to an interesting talk about insulation by Ross Kestle ( remember saved energy is the cheapest energy of all! ). And after that our executive committee will present the status and direction of our organisation.
Please leave a comment here ( http://cccommunityenergy.org/contribute/ ) if you want to attend one of these events. Maybe we can travel together. Jo
NSW to allow PV system expansion and retention of feed-in tariff. “Solar Bonus Scheme customers who receive the 60 cents per kilowatt hour tariff may expand their overall generating capacity and retain the 60 cents tariff for their Scheme generator if the additional capacity is from a separately metered non-Scheme generator.”
As reported in RenewEconomy the contribution form solar panels is changing the profile of electricity demand in South Australia. The picture below shows the average daily electricity demand profiles for summer in different years.The initial high maximum on midday has already disappeared and will actually become a low point in the future as more and […]
in the Business Incubator on the University campus at Wednesday the 27th of March at 7pm. Thanks to the generous support from the Regional Development Australia Central Coast NSW (RDACC) we will have our next public meeting in the Business Incubator Centre on the Central Coast campus of the University of Newcastle. Please have a […]
Cost Of Electricity From Rooftop Solar By Australian State — Super Competitive! (via Clean Technica) Electricity from rooftop solar is now very cheap in Australia compared to grid power. But just how much solar electricity costs a household over the life of a system is not an easy question to answer, as it depends on […]
Looks like we have a lot of potential (and a lot of work at our hands)!
We will have a stall at the ‘POP’ Festival in Erina this Sunday from 10am. Talk to us there. Erina Shopping Village, 220 The Entrance Road, Erina
Jo is giving a presentation at the Peats Ridge festival at the 29th of December at 5pm.
At the 11th of December our chairperson Dennis Silvers introduced CCCE to Gosford Council at the Community Forum before the Council meeting
LIFE, a community energy group similar to our own association is working on installing a huge solar roof on South Melbourne Market’s new roof. Port Phillip Council has already installed 150 solar panels (37kW) that cover 5% of the roof as one component of the roof construction contract of $4.4 million. LIVE is organising a […]
Last week I attended the end-of-year meeting of CEN, the Community Environment Network. To my great surprise I was called up and presented with an award. It is tradition that at this event several prices for achievements within the framework are handed out using titles borrowed from cricket (to indicate that caring for the environment […]
Our meeting this Thursday 7pm at the Woy Woy Environment Centre http://cccommunityenergy.org/ai1ec_event/ccce-meeting/?instance_id=12081 With a presentation from our president Dennis Silvers ” Electricity bills explained “ Following that we have a number of points: description from the committee members about what is going on in our association. the establishment of sub-committees for our various tasks. […]
The LOGO design competition has been extended until to the 14th of December. Pick pencil and paper, or better get some digital tools … and you might win an ebook reader worth $400. Conditions are here
Thank you for voicing your opinion! The poll is now closed. Encouraged by the support of version one and by double checking the available information on the calendar installation, the the mess in the address line (URL) could be removed. Thanks again, and enjoy the calendar. If you would like to have other events included […]