You are invited to the Zero SE Launch

September 13, 2021 / From News

When: Tuesday 21st September When: From 5.30pm sharp. Where: Join by Zoom. See zoom link below. Just the Facts!  About climate action in South East NSW  We are ZeroSE, a […]

NSW releases masterplan for 1,000 “ultra-fast” charging bays along major routes

September 12, 2021 / From News

Giles Parkinson published this article in The Drive on 12 September 2021. Read the article here or below. The New South Wales state Liberal government has released details for its […]

Electrify Everything

September 7, 2021 / From News

The ABCNEWS online ran a story on 7 September 2021 with easy solutions to climate change. Read below or directly from the ABC here.  By technology reporter James Purtill Speaking from […]

‘Crazy attitude’: NSW Minister lashes Canberra for inaction on climate policy

September 1, 2021 / From News

By Tom Rabe The Sydney Morning Herald August 31, 2021 NSW Transport Minister Andrew Constance has criticised his federal counterparts for a lack of leadership on climate action, accusing some of […]

What happened to the PM’s Federal Integrity Commission?

August 31, 2021 / From News

Helen Haines, Independent Federal Member for Indi stands up for integrity in parliament to make Australia a better place for us all. Watch next. Helen Haines has explained the following: […]

Batteries on Power Poles – What a great idea!

August 31, 2021 / From News

Renew Economy published the following article about 40 pole-mounted community batteries to boost grid reliability. Michael Mazengarb 20 August 2021 40ShareTweet0Share Batteries will be deployed on suburban power poles as part of […]

Bushfire Survivors win Court Case against NSW EPA

August 31, 2021 / From News

Congratulations to the Bushfire Survivors Group who went up against the NSW Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to compel the to take stronger action to reduce greenhouse gases. Read the article […]

Study finds green roofs make solar more efficient!

August 25, 2021 / From News

Ursula Malone wrote this article published on the ABC News. Two identical office buildings side by side in Sydney’s Barangaroo provided a perfect opportunity for solar energy researchers to test […]

10 things we can do to turn around the climate calamity

August 23, 2021 / From News

Lesley Hughes wrote an article in The Guardian titled “The climate crisis is an accelerating calamity of our own making. So what would it take to turn things around?” Lesley […]

Latest IPCC Report Out Now

August 13, 2021 / From News

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have released their latest report this week. Read the policymaker summary, the technical summary or the full report here. Or if you prefer […]

The rise of Electric Vans & Trucks

August 10, 2021 / From News

Allison Worrall published the following article in Commercial Real Estate: The rise of electric vans and trucks is shaking up the industrial and logistics sector, as major property players wrangle […]

Big News for Tilba Halls

August 4, 2021 / From News

Thanks to Stuart Absalom who wrote this article for The Triangle (August 2021) At the start of November last year, South Coast Health and Sustainability Alliance (SHASA) Community Energy WorkingGroup […]

Eurobodalla wins funds for feasibility study into 8 microgrids

August 2, 2021 / From News

 “Our Eurobodalla community here on the NSW South Coast is one of many regional communities whose vulnerability to bushfires and power outages was demonstrated tragically in the Black Summer of […]

3CR Podcast – Bushfire, heatwave and storm havens. Creating safety for all.

July 20, 2021 / From News

 Presenter: Bec Horridge, Guest: Katheryn Maxwell: South Coast Health and Sustainability Alliance  When we are parched by heatwaves, fires rage and smoke clogs the air we all want to be safe.   […]

Shoalhaven gets its own solar farm!

July 16, 2021 / From News

Published in the Southcoast Register on 8 July 2021 by Liam Cormican. A soon-to-be-constructed eight thousand panel Shoalhaven solar farm will provide power to local and Sydney businesses. Co-developed by […]

New Australian climate service goes live

July 14, 2021 / From News

Printed in the Braidwood Bugle on 7 July 2021. “The Morrison Government has delivered on its commitment to helping Australia better prepare for, and respond to natural disasters with the […]

Governments Must Do More To Tackle Rising Health Risk From Bushfire Smoke

July 14, 2021 / From News

Printed in Braidwood Bugle on 7 July 2021. Australia will face recurring episodes of widespread bushfire smoke and its associated negative health impacts unless governments tackle climate change and support […]

5 good things from living with an EV

July 9, 2021 / From News

Just because it’s great to keep up with the latest in Electric Vehicles (EVs)…… Check this article out from Drive (an Aussie online website) here.

Thinking of buying an EV?

July 9, 2021 / From News

The Washington Post have done a story of things to consider before buying an Electric Vehicle. Please note the prices and references to “federal” all pertain to US dollars and […]

Be part of Eurobodalla’s 1st Solar Recycling Cooperative

June 30, 2021 / From News

MICRO ENERGY PTY LTD147 PRINCES HWY, BODALLA 02 4473 5988 Micro Energy Systems & the Southcoast Health and Sustainability Alliance are working on a joint project to establish Eurobodalla’s own […]

The Tec Exec on air

June 29, 2021 / From News

Trish Pye from The Tec Exec was interviewed by Kathy Shields on 2EARFM on Tuesday 29 June 2021. Trish mentioned about the training in digital skills and mentoring available every […]

ABC South East interview about new solar installation on SEWACS*

June 26, 2021 / From News

* SEWACS (South East Women and Children’s Service) partnered up with SHASA and MESA (Micro Energy Systems Australia) to receive a new solar installation. Kathryn Maxwell, SHASA President was interviewed […]

Please sign the EV petition from NCC

June 9, 2021 / From News

SHASA presented a workshop on Electric Vehicles and Microgrids at the recent Nature Conservation Council (NCC) Conference that was held here in Bateman’s Bay in May 2021. NCC have taken […]

South Coast residents rolling up their sleeves and creating hope for a brighter future

June 1, 2021 / From News

Reprinted from About Regional by KATHRYN MAXWELL31 MAY 2021 Protesters demand an end to native forest logging outside the Forestry Corporation of NSW office in Batemans Bay. Photo: Nature Conservation […]

EOI for Powering Communities

April 26, 2021 / From News

The Beagle published this information about an Expression of Interest (EOI) opportunity. Member for Gilmore, Fiona Phillips MP is encouraging local non-profit organisations to reduce their power bills with the […]

Thanks MESA and GIVIT

April 26, 2021 / From News

A 4kW Stand-alone Power System was recently installed for Keith Michael Nye of Mogo. The system was donated and installed by Micro Energy Systems Australia [MESA] of Bodalla, who work […]

Repair Cafe Family Day

April 14, 2021 / From News

Families were a welcomed addition to our Repair Cafe held last Friday 9 April 2021. The Family Day coincided with the School Holidays. There were children’s bikes, teddy’s losing their […]

Council to source the bulk of it’s energy from renewables from July

April 8, 2021 / From News

The Beagle published this article on 8 April 2021. Eurobodalla Council has signed a landmark 10-year agreement to source the bulk of its energy from renewables from July. Electricity generated […]

How to reduce the effects of natural disasters rather than just clean up after them?

April 8, 2021 / From News

The Doman published this article on 8 April 2021. A man — desperately begging for help from emergency services — dies in his car as it is swallowed by floodwaters […]

ALP Policy on EVs & Community Batteries

April 7, 2021 / From News

This article was written by the Labour Environment Action Network regarding the ALP National Conference 2021 held on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, by zoom.  LEAN (Labour Environment Action Network) […]

Solar Tax Mythbusting

April 7, 2021 / From News

This article appeared in Renew Economy on 1 April 2021. It is the Total Environment Centre’s response to the orchestrated misinformation campaign being waged in the media against the AEMC’s […]

Energy and Integrity

April 7, 2021 / From News

Listen to the Democracy Sausage podcast with Mark Kenny (ANU) interviewing Helen Haines. It is an interesting insight into the democratisation of energy https://overcast.fm/+Rrk7cnd2E March 23, 20210:0041:00

Aussie – Molly Taylor wins Extreme EV race

April 6, 2021 / From News

ABC News ran the following story about an exciting “extreme” EV race in Saudi Arabia. The race aims to highlight climate change by having a net zero emissions footprint. Read […]

Booming rooftop solar installations

April 5, 2021 / From News

Published in Renew Economy on 1 April 2021: Rooftop solar has continued to lead the rapid growth in Australia’s renewable energy sector, with more than 3 gigawatts of new small-scale […]

US leadership on reducing emissions

April 5, 2021 / From News

The Sydney Morning Herald published the following on 1 April 2021: The United States climate tsar John Kerry has told a conference that coal use must be immediately abandoned if […]

Community Batteries: what are they & how can they help our summers?

April 5, 2021 / From News

The Guardian published this article on 5 April 2021: Labor proposes funding batteries to allow households with solar power to pool excess electricity. Here’s what you need to know. In […]

Victoria cracking down on “solar installer cowboys”

March 29, 2021 / From News

The Age published this article on 28 March 2021: The state government is considering a ban on solar retailers selling door-to-door and cold calling customers to protect Victorians from predatory […]

‘Still far too low’: Australia’s electric vehicle industry says fourfold imports jump not enough

March 25, 2021 / From News

The Guardian reports on the increase in imports to Australia of EVs here.

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