Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Renewable Future

Wind Turbine Generator (one only) on Kooragang Island, Newcastle, in close proximity to the coal loading activities.
Direct action, today, by two Greenpeace activists managed the impossible and halted coal loading operations and briefly held the off-shore armada at bay. Here is part of the conveyor belt that stretches along the wharf plus two of the coal loaders.
Energy from the wind turbine forms part of the renewable energy portfolio which includes solar, wind, hydro and biomass sourced electricity. For further information on how to become a renewable energy consumer with EnergyAustralia visit their site

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