Seeing the benefits of introducing more sustainable operations seems to have eluded some businesses, with many companies yet to take significant action to introduce sustainability initiatives.
As Australia readies itself for the imposition of a Carbon tax and renewed calls ring out from Bob Brown and the Greens to shut down all of Australia's coal fired power stations, the question remains as to whether the Greens vision of Australia going 100% renewable energy by 2020 is actually feasible or just a dewy-eyed impossible dream.
The Federal Government has been waxing lyrical about a new $923 million photovoltaic solar power plant soon to commence construction in Australia. The new solar farm at Moree near the NSW-QLD border will occupy 1200 hectares (12 square kilometres) with a capacity of 150MW, making it the largest in the world. In the scheme of power generation, is this plant of any significance?
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