This story by Joshua Hill was posted on Clean Technica at the end of August. It provides an interesting glimpse into the life of an aviation adventurer who wishes to demonstrate he can make a flight from Sidney to London using fuel made from end-of-life plastic. Read Josh’s story an enjoy this saga of alternative […]
Daily Archives:October 11, 2012
Renewable news update from Australia: 150,000 solar photovoltaic panels installed at the Greenough River solar farm are now operational! Source: Clean Technica [repostus hash=1684ae0fdc7497d4e805fc8295424757 title=Australia%26%238217%3Bs+1st+Utility-Scale+Solar+Farm+Now+On%21 host=Clean+Technica short=1pFCC snip=%C2%A0+At+about+11am+local+time+near+the+Western+Australian+town+of+Geraldton+this+morning%2C+Australia%E2%80%99s+first-utility+scale+solar+farm+was+officially+switched+on.+It+was+a+suitably+sunny+day+%28blighted+by+three+million+flies%29+and+although+just+10MW+in+size%2C+and+built+courtesy+of+funding+from+the+local%26hellip%3B thumb=3040780 jump=4]
Hybrid cars have a great number of advantages over purely fossil-fuelled vehicles, but there is a psychological block that has to be gotten past before the mainstream population will embrace such a technology. This is a block that comes from a few different directions and that makes it hard to tackle with just one approach.