R108

ReNew Issue 108

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ReNew Issue 108 is out now!

  • ReNew(able) photo competition
  • Lessons in wind maximisers
  • John?s fire-fighting unit
  • Regrowing homes after the fires
  • Kanga-roofed village for kids
  • An electric vehicle wonderland
  • Remote pumping buyers guide
  • DIY solar space heating
  • A new view on sustainable homes
  • The essential long range phone
  • Feed-in tariffs state by state
  • Ten Steps to a Warm Tenant
  • Just Change for tenants
  • Bringing sunlight inside
  • The house that Jan built
  • Sustainable global transport
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Issue Contents:

  • ReNew(able) photo competition

    Send us photos of your favourite renewable energy system to win a great prize pack!
  • The house that Jan built

    You?re never too old to build sustainably. See one seventy-year-old?s muddie that she built herself.
  • Bringing sunlight inside

    Skylights are the ultimate eco-friendly indoor lighting. But what if you want light on the ground floor of a multi-storey building? We take a quick look at some commercial and DIY options.
  • Just Change for tenants

    Renting a less than eco-friendly home? One organisation can help you change that.
  • Ten Steps to a Warm Tenant

    Renting a less than eco-friendly home? One organisation can help you change that.
  • Feed-in tariffs state by state

    Feed-in tariffs are slowly appearing around the nation. We look at what?s available and the pros and cons of each.
  • The essential long range phone

    You don?t have to spend a fortune on cables on rural properties?go wireless instead!
  • A new view on sustainable homes

    The internet has changed our lives in many ways. Now you can use it to plan a more sustainable home.
  • DIY solar space heating

    Your roof is a huge heat collector. Why not put it to good use to heat your home?
  • Remote pumping buyers guide

    Need a water pump on a remote property? We help you find the pump that?s right for you.
  • An electric vehicle wonderland

    Electric vehicles can be found even in the coldest of places. One Swiss town is even building their own!
  • Kanga-roofed village for kids

    Enter DescriptionOne organisation is helping re-home Tanzania?s orphan and widows?and they?re doing it sustainably too!
  • Regrowing homes after the fires

    ebuilding after a bushfire can be a daunting task. One company is making it easier to get started and get back on the land quickly.
  • John?s fire-fighting unit

    If you live in the bush, you can never have too much firefighting gear. John Hermans describes his last resort firefighting system that cost almost nothing to make.
  • Lessons in wind maximisers

    Enter DescriptionMonash University?s Wind Turbine Power Maximiser competition encourages students into renewable energy engineering in a hands-on way.
  • Sustainable global transport

    High-speed trains are more environmentally friendly than flying and can even be faster sometimes. We look at clean transport abroad.