Solar is the cheapest power, and a literal light-bulb moment showed us we can cut costs and emissions even further

Recent extreme weather events have underscored the need to cut the CO₂ emissions that are driving up global temperatures. This requires a rapid transition of the energy economy to renewable energy sources, the cheapest being solar photovoltaics (PV). And our newly published research points to a way we can drive down costs of the shift even further using cheaper forms of silicon for highly efficient solar panels.

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The future of cutting through the greenwash to reach eco-savvy customers “looks great, but a lot harder”

GBCA’S TRANSFORM: Across all sectors, consumer demand for sustainable options has never been stronger. But the other side of the coin is the uptick in “greenwashing” – how can consumers distinguish green companies from brands that just marketing themselves as green? And how can businesses communicate effectively to their customers to drive demand for their sustainable products and services? 

How to donate your preloved items and reframe how you think about waste – from “warehouse of uniqueness” Reverse Garbage CEO Kirsten Junor

Passionate long term fans of Reverse Garbage – the inner west Sydney mecca for people who love to reuse discarded materials – will love its new home nearby at 30  Carrington Road. The new digs will offer a feast of creative opportunities. From classes to makers’ spaces and even corporate events. Located amidst other artistic…