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Ed Kennedy is a journalist and web developer from Melbourne, Australia. A keen technologist passionate about emerging digital and renewable energy solutions, Ed has written for newspapers across his native Australia, the wider Asian region, Africa and Latin America. Ed holds an educational background in public policy and law having studied at Monash University and Victoria University, and his academic qualifications continue to inform his day to day work as he seeks to identify and drive discussions surrounding common-sense solutions to contemporary public challenges.
Indonesia's Solar Superpower Debate

Can Indonesia Realize Its Future as a Solar Superpower in Asia?

Indonesia is often called the "Sleeping Giant" of Asia. Countless words are written every year forecasting the future of China and India as economic...
Ground-Mounted Solar Panel Arrays Near a Solar Canopy

How Solar Power and City Ecosystems Can More Effectively Co-Exist

Although solar panels are an increasingly common sight across major cities all around the world, overall there’s yet to be sufficient discussion surrounding just...
Nuclear and Solar Energy Generation Landscape

Feeling the Energy: Can Nuclear and Solar Energy Partner Together in the 2020s?

Solar and nuclear energy have long been viewed as the “energy sources of tomorrow”. When it comes to widespread adoption, nuclear has enjoyed the...
EU PVSEC 2020: Online Solar PV Conference for Global Solar Specialists

Solar Magazine Interview with Mr. Jonas Bergmiller and Dr. Robert Kenny of European Photovoltaic...

Last month the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC) held their annual event. While every year brings with it unforeseen events...
UQ Vice-Chancellor and Government Ministers at the Warwick Solar Farm

A $90 Million Solar Farm Makes University of Queensland 100% Renewable

The University of Queensland (UQ) in Australia has laid claim to a renewable energy first. Not just first in the state of Queensland, or...
Cool Effect's Solar DC Inverterless System in India

Sid Yadav on the Story of Cool Effect’s Solar DC Program in India

Cool Effect is on a quest for carbon reduction. A not-for-profit (NFP) that can trace its origins back to 1998 and a cookstove project...
Comparing Donald Trump and Joe Biden's Solar Policy 2020

The State of Play in Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s Solar Policy

The U.S. presidential election this November will be historic for many reasons. Political historians will note it is the first time a sitting president...
Solar Electricians Wearing Masks, Investigating Solar Arrays

An Overview of IRENA’s Post-COVID Recovery: An Agenda for Resilience, Development and Equality

Last month the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has recently released a report that seeks to lay out a path for the global renewable...
A Group of Donkeys Roaming Amongst Solar Photovoltaic Panels

Can Solar Agriculture Save the Modern Farming Industry?

A farmer’s life has always been one of hard toil and many challenges. It’s no revelation to say in 2020 there are more challenges...
Aerial View of Floating Solar Panel Arrays on Water Surface

Solar and Hydro: Which Should Governments Be Investing in for a Better ROI?

The respective industries surrounding renewable energy sources commonly exist in an odd dynamic. On the one hand, there’s the industry-wide recognition that the greater...
A House in Antarctica: An Insight Into Antarctica's Solar Potential

Antarctica as a Solar Hub: Possible or Pipe Dream?

When it comes to ideal spaces for huge solar installations, there are common factors that make a location appealing. Lots of space and lots...
Questing for Green Energy Glory at Tokyo 2020

Japan’s Quest for Green Energy Glory at Tokyo 2020

Recent weeks have seen the news emerge this year’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have been postponed. This is a big story within the renewable...

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