R113

ReNew Issue 113

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ReNew Issue 113 is out now!

  • Eureka! From coal to solar
  • DIY solar-powered heating update
  • DIY solar hot water cover
  • Making a BMW better
  • Alexia’s house—for under $35k!
  • Going off-grid? Your essential battery buyers guide
  • Murrnong: body corporate guide
  • Easy one-bucket greywater system
  • How to start a wind farm!
  • Zero emissions councils
  • Off-grid living in Berlin
  • DIY solar water pumping system
  • Sustainable but not selling
  • Going solar big time and fast
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Issue Contents:

  • Eureka! From coal to solar

    One clever Latrobe Valley enterprise is helping coal workers switch to low-carbon employment.
  • Sustainable but not selling

    What are buyers willing to pay for properties with value-for-money technologies such as solar panels?
  • DIY solar water pumping system

    This small portable solar powered pumping system is ideal for renters.
  • Off-grid living in Berlin

    David Rowe and Corinna ‘Elektra’ Aichele report on a European community living in the middle of the city as independently as possible.
  • Zero emissions councils

    It’s quite an achievement but finally some municipalities are going carbon neutral.
  • How to start a wind farm!

    There’s a lot to consider when planning a community wind farm. Find out just a few of the steps.
  • Easy one-bucket greywater system

    Here’s a simple greywater system that easily delivers water from the shower to the garden.
  • Murrnong: body corporate guide

    Find out what’s involved in establishing and then running a sustainable body corporate.
  • Going off-grid? Your essential battery buyers guide

    The battery bank is a vital part of any independent or remote area power supply system. Find out which battery is best for you.
  • Alexia’s house—for under $35k!

    Looking to save money in the long term, this dancer-turned-handy-woman built her own off-grid home.
  • Making a BMW better

    This BMW has been converted to electric for some robust country driving.
  • DIY solar hot water cover

    Richard Stanford curbed the troublesome behaviours of his solar hot water system.
  • DIY solar-powered heating update

    Ten years on Bruce Gill’s solar hydronic heating is still going strong.
  • Going solar big time and fast

    The shift to 100% renewable energy by 2020 could be made a reality according to a new report.