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New Developments in Solar Technology

By SEEChangeIncCanberra 2 April 2012 24

Arguments about the feasibility of renewable energy often concentrate around costings and capabilities that are out of date.  But what exactly is happening in solar technology?  Speculate no longer!  Come along to the Bob Douglas Lecture Theatre, Eggleston Road, ANU Campus tomorrow night at 6 pm to find out for yourself what the latest from the solar industry can deliver.

Run as part of the ongoing SEE-Change Solar Seminar Series and the Canberra Environment and Sustainability Resource Centre’s SUSTAIN Ability Workshop Series 2012, Guest Speaker Steve Blume – President of the Australian Solar Energy Society (AuSES) and Vice President Public Affairs for the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) – will share his knowledge and insights in this short talk.  Steve’s specialities include climate change and environment policy development & implementation, as well as solar and other renewable energy technologies.

Please register here through eventbrite if you wish to attend (but please note there is no need to print your ticket).  For more information contact admin@see-change.org.au.


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HenryBG 12:45 pm 05 Apr 12

chewy14 said :

HenryBG said :

Your response in a thread about developments in solar technology was:

But!…Coal!…

Hmm, for a guy who doesn’t like people misquoting him, you sure do a lot of it. Can you point out where I said “but…coal”?

FFS! I think my brain just exploded.

You added those quote marks in YOURSELF to make it appear as though I had written something I did not.

AGAIN.

Lunatic.

chewy14 12:35 pm 05 Apr 12

HenryBG said :

Your response in a thread about developments in solar technology was:

But!…Coal!…

Hmm, for a guy who doesn’t like people misquoting him, you sure do a lot of it. Can you point out where I said “but…coal”?

Nah didn’t think so, you just like trying to hold people to higher standards than you hold yourself.

And what the Hell do Andrew Bolt and Tim Flannery have to do with anything discussed here?

Where’d the Logic master go?

I actually have no idea why you’ve posted such crap when I actually agree that we should be investing far more money in renewable energy.

You seem to have attributed a position to me that I never said or even intimated. Nice work cranky pants.

HenryBG 9:38 am 05 Apr 12

chewy14 said :

You tried to suggest that the Chinese government is being “visionary”…

Oh yes, and use of the fake quote. Obviously, I wrote no such thing.
Well done.
Andrew Bolt would be proud.

Why don’t you give us some Tim Flannery “quotes”, while you are at it?

HenryBG 9:35 am 05 Apr 12

chewy14 said :

HenryBG said :

It’s a stupid “point” when the topic at hand is “Developments in Solar Technology”.

As is the wont of the logically-deprived, you try to veer off on a completely “point”less tangent by talking about coal.
Or, if you actually do know what you’re doing in this discussion, you are deliberately trying to misdirect. But I doubt it. The quality of your argumentation suggests you’re not even being that dishonest.

Bahahahahaha. I didn’t veer off on anything.

Your response in a thread about developments in solar technology was:

But!…Coal!…

The usual meaningless gibberish from people who can’t grasp or accept change.

Your “energy mix” is just another layer of nonsense, probably gleaned from reading too many Andrew Bolt columns: There’s no rule or law of physics that says you have to have any particular “mix”. It’s all about economics and opportunity.

Iceland has its own peculiar “mix”, Tasmania has a particular mix including 15% coal, South Australia has 21% wind, in Spain wind occupies a 40% greater share of the “mix” than does coal.

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