West Australians unite to say yes to a price on carbon pollution

Churches, community groups, aid organisations, unions, business and environmental groups have united in support of a price on carbon pollution and they're calling on other West Australians to join them.


Sustainable Energy Association on mission for clean tech as China launches solar feed in tariff
Australian Minister for Trade, Hon Dr Craig Emerson MP, together with the Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs, The Hon Richard Marles MP, begin an Austrade trade mission to China today leading and 100 business leaders, including Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA) Chief Executive Professor Ray Wills.
Cuts to Western Australian solar feed in tariff untimely and short-sighted.

Commentary by Prof Ray Wills, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA)

The termination of a solar feed in tariff in Western Australia announced by WA Energy Minister Peter Collier without warning at 8 AM this morning is likely to have significant short-term negative impacts on solar PV wholesale, retail and installation businesses in the State as well as those businesses who supply goods and services to them.

The key to success - Perth Energy MD Ky Cao wins entrepreneur award.

The Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA) congratulates Mr Ky Cao, Managing Director of Perth Energy Pty Ltd, as the regional winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year in the ‘Services' category‘.

A town like Alice makes Uterne to solar energy
Australia's largest tracking solar power plant - the 1 megawatt (MW) Uterne Solar Power Plant - officially opened in Alice Springs today, Thursday 28 July 2011. The Uterne plant, a project for the Alice Solar City through the Australian Government Solar Cities initiative, will be an important demonstration of how solar power can help power regional towns and cities in Australia through the 21st Century according the to the Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA).
Sustainable energy celebrates nine years of action.

The Sustainable Energy Association of Australia, established on 11 July 2002 to promote the development of a sustainable energy industry as a solution to reducing Australia's greenhouse gas emissions, turns nine years old today.

Australia announces action on sustainable energy through a price on carbon.

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard today announced a plan for a clean energy future for Australia that establishes a carbon pricing mechanism to commence on 1 July 2012, starting with a fixed carbon price for three years, start at $23 a tonne, and transitioning to a market based price from 1 July 2015.


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