Bangor University Goes 100% Renewable



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Bangor University has announced that 100% of its electricity is now supplied from guaranteed renewable sources.

In June 2019, Bangor University formally declared a Climate Emergency in line with the long-standing commitment to being the Sustainable University, and the switch to renewable energy is part of that commitment.

The University has been working hard to reduce our energy use for more than 15 years – overall electricity use per m2 floor area has fallen by nearly 16% since 2005. …

Almost 6000 Solar Panels To Power Flinders University Campus



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One of Adelaide’s largest solar arrays will soon provide one-fifth of the electricity needed to power Flinders University’s Bedford Park campus.

The project also sets the scene for the introduction of autonomous campus shuttles run on renewable energy.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Stirling says the project involves the installation of 5,817 solar panels at Flinders’ Bedford Park campus, demonstrating continuing commitment to renewable energy and complementing Flinders’ reputation for exceptional research into clean energy technologies. …

UniSA’s Mawson Lakes Goes Ahead with Renewable Energy Project



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University of South Australia’s Mawson Lakes campus will be transformed into a national testbed of renewable energy technologies with the construction of a $7.7m facility incorporating solar power, flow batteries, a hydrogen fuel cell stack and thermal energy storage.

The State Government has given the project the green light today, providing $3.6m from its Renewable Energy Fund to help build the facility.

When the project is completed by 2019, UniSA’s Mawson Lakes campus will house one of the largest flow battery and hydrogen fuel cell systems of any university in Australia. …