R116

ReNew Issue 116

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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
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Issue Contents:

  • Earthwise goes greener

    This Perth community center 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 home owner 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.