Wondering whether solar energy will work for your family or small business? One day soon you could be running an energy station from your home! TEC has prepared a guide on battery storage to help you navigate the high noon ahead. We are also working to make sure the National Electricity Market won't stand in the way of battery storage.
He may be Inconvenient, but perhaps the former US Vice President Al Gore could deliver a welcome pep talk to Malcom Turnbull before he heads home? In Australia to promote optimism as much as his new film, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Mr Gore says the solar energy revolution is already changing the world for the better.
Sydney is becoming an urban planning disaster - virtually no new open space will be created to ameliorate the building of over 30,000 new homes in one of the biggest housing development programs in Sydney's inner West – resulting in "major implications for present and future generations" says TEC's director, Jeff Angel.
TEC's SOS Green Spaces campaign is growing! The need to protect Woollahra's impressive urban tree canopy featured in a motion passed by the Council this week, reinforcing tomorrow's early morning rally outside local MP and Environment Minister Gabrielle Upton's office on New South Head Road.
With Australia’s chief scientist, Alan Finkel, delivering a Review of Australia’s energy options today, let's get the facts straight about the link between climate change and energy bills, says TEC’s director Jeff Angel.
SHOCKED by the plastic waste she saw on isolated beaches during an overseas holiday, a Beecroft resident has inspired more than half the retailers in Beecroft to stop plastic bags destroying our planet. It starts in Beecroft this Friday at 11.30am!
What will life in cities like Sydney be like if the sky is crowded with buildings rather than open sky and trees? TEC Director Jeff Angel calls for a major legislative revamp to protect the public's right to breathing space.
Plastic grass is being spruiked to councils all across Sydney, and enthusiastically embraced, with little thought for the health and safety hazards. The people who live in Penshurst don't want their naturally lovely and spacious park covered with plastic. Council is doing it anyway.
Our councils work hard for us, but many Sydneysiders are questioning development proposals rushed through by councils with more focus on cash for trees than liveable spaces for people. Here’s a prime example.