ReNew Economy points to a new study from the CSIRO on ocean power potential in Australia - Australian ocean energy could power Melbourne by 2050: study.
Did you know that wave energy has the potential to supply about 11 per cent of Australia’s electricity – the equivalent to powering a city the size of Melbourne – by 2050?
If the results of yesterday’s Climate Institute’s “Climate of the Nation 2012? report are anything to go by, you probably didn’t.
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CSIRO recently announced that energy from the ocean — also known as wave energy — could supply 11% of Australia’s demand by 2050. That is enough to power a city the size of Melbourne. It is a bold claim, but it’s time for Australia ... Read Post