Yes, It's Already Happening

A creative community approach

You may have heard Generation Yes bang on about 'the plan' for some time. The reason we do, is because we know it's important. Not only does the plan show the way, we ...

Solar gardens start to bud

No rooftop? No problem! Solar gardens may hold the answers. 

Little batteries - big rewards

By now, we’ve all heard the excitement around battery technology, and we’ve got real examples right here in our backyard, showing the excitement is justified.

Connecting wellbeing and ener...

As a home's energy increases what else is possible? 

Renewables for everybody

Wind turbines go round and round, what if the money to finance them did too? 

Have sun? Can power.

We love our sunburnt country, our land of sweeping plains.

Solar on a student budget

Flying in the face of the common belief that renters (and low income renters at that) can’t afford or justify pursuing solar power for their apartment homes, a Sydney ...

Electric vehicles a no brainer

Electric vehicles can be powered by renewable energy and could reduce emissions from transport to help Australia meets its Paris Agreement commitments for less cost. E...

A few words on Trump and Paris

We’ve noticed lately that the news has been pretty heavy with predictions and dire warnings in response to US President Donald Trump’s expected but nonetheless disappo...

Australia's first electric bus

In August 2016, Australia’s first fully driverless and electric shuttle bus, the RAC Intellibus™, hit the roads in South Perth as part of an exciting trial.

The House with No Bills

The House with No Bills is being built in the Melbourne suburb of Cheltenham, and is part of Mirvac’s overall sustainability strategy, ‘This Changes Everything’.

Adelaide's solar airport

1.17MW is added to Adelaide Airport’s short term car park to become the largest rooftop solar install in South Australia and Australia’s largest car park install.

Beefing up Biogas

Bindaree Beef, one of Australia’s largest meat processors has installed a new biogas facility that transforms organic waste into methane to create electricity.

Adelaide becomes carbon neutral

Climate change is set to have a big impact in South Australia. According to a recent government report, temperatures are predicted to rise by up to 1.5 degrees Celsius...

Renewables are king

The King Island Renewable Energy Integration Project aims to reduce King Island’s reliance on diesel fuel and cut its energy costs by $4.5 million a year.

Melbourne Says Yes

Melbourne has set itself an ambitious but inspiring target of zero net emissions by 2020. For this goal to be realised, businesses, residents and organisations need to...