ReNew Issue 116
ReNew Issue 116 is out now!
- Earthwise goes greener
- Floor heating pros and cons
- Farmhouse solar hydronics
- Hydronic heating know-how
- Home insulation buyers guide
- Rooftop PVs or centralised solar?
- The mudbrick circle house
- 2020 tech: what’s coming next?
- It’s important to ride-the-talk
- Hepburn wind farm is up!
- Fielding’s parting shot—the wind farm inquiry
- Solar opportunity goes begging
- A winning DIY green roof
- Reuse your television competition
- The German wood-fired boiler
Earthwise goes greener
This Perth community centre has completed a major sustainability retrofit, including two different types of solar energy systems.
Reuse your television competition
See how some readers would recycle their old televisions into new items, some practical, some not so much.
A winning DIY green roof
See how one determined homeowner has successfully installed a green roof on her home, with plenty of tips and advice for the novice!
Solar opportunity goes begging
Broderick Street created his own rooftop survey with surprising results.
Fielding’s parting shot—the wind farm inquiry
Residents are claiming adverse health effects from living too close to wind farms. Find out the issues raised during recent Senate hearings.
Hepburn wind farm is up!
It’s been a long time in the planning, but Hepburn Wind’s two turbines are in the ground.
It’s important to ride-the-talk
One ATA employee decided to go the extra mile to spread the word about household sustainability.
2020 tech: what’s coming next?
New and improved technologies will lead the way to a low-carbon world.
The mudbrick circle house
A stunning and shapely home, made from the lowest embodied energy building material around.
Rooftop PVs or centralised solar?
Domestic-sized PV systems or large-scale solar—what’s the best way to solarise Australia?
Home insulation buyers guide
Feeling a little chilly? We look at the options for making your home a better energy performer.
Hydronic heating know-how
A professional’s experience with solar hydronic heating, including a clever office retrofit.
Farmhouse solar hydronics
Ian Hill took a huge 1970s home into the new millennium by retrofitting all water and space heating to be solar-powered.
Floor heating pros and cons
Hydronic floor heating using a boiler explained.
The German wood-fired boiler
This imported boiler has pleased its owner.