Green Power is any process that can produce energy without pollution or the production of greenhouse gases.
Ecology is the study of the interaction between living things and their environment. By looking carefully at our human interactions with the environment, we can discover where we are having an adverse impact and this informs the pathways to changing these interactions for our own future benefit.
Byron Shire Council has now granted approval for the development of the Byron Bay region's first example of a 5 MegaWatt Solar Farm, utilizing cutting edge bifacial solar panels with solar tracking technology to increase efficiency.
In keeping with Dieter Horstmann and Byron Eco Park's vision to be a driver of change towards a greener society, Byron Eco Park Holdings have partnered with Essential Energy to generate clean energy on a large scale for the Byron Shire.
We intend to hold a series of seminars for Farm Owners so that our important new concept can be reproduced on other farms in other regions of Australia.
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Electro mobility (or e-Mobility) represents the concept of using electric powertrain technologies, in-vehicle information, and communication technologies and connected infrastructures to enable the electric propulsion of vehicles and fleets. Powertrain technologies include full electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids, as well as hydrogen fuel cell vehicles that convert hydrogen into electricity. e-Mobility efforts are motivated by the need to address corporate fuel efficiency and meet reduced carbon emission targets, as well as market demands for lower operational costs.
Electro mobility (e-mobility) is a general term for the development of electric-powered drivetrains designed to shift vehicle design away from the use of fossil fuels and carbon gas emissions.
Bifacial solar modules offer many advantages over traditional solar panels. Power can be produced from both sides of a bifacial module, increasing total energy generation. They’re often more durable because both sides are UV resistant, and potential-induced degradation (PID) concerns are reduced when the bifacial module is frameless. Balance of system (BOS) costs are also reduced when more power can be generated from bifacial modules in a smaller array footprint.