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For our own security it’s time to ditch oil dependency

It's been obvious for a long time that our position in Australia is rather precarious when it comes to our reliance on oil.  The drone attacks on the Saudi oil fields brought this point into sharp focus over the past few days. We rely on foreign liquid fuel imports for 85% of our

September 19th, 2019|

The End of the Internal Combustion Engine

Even the name conjures images of the industrial revolution - the internal combustion engine. At its inception it was a marvel of moving parts and complicated interactions delicately balanced yet prone to failure if not constantly attended to, dazzling us with raw power that hid its dirty secrets. But no matter how many flavours were

October 26th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Stirrings in Canberra – Troglodytes ICE Rally

There's been a flurry of electric vehicle stories since the environment minister, Josh Frydenberg, dared to talk about the coming EV disruption. The penny may have dropped with Josh but the opponents to anything considered remotely green or connected to climate change were soon on the Murdoch battlements decrying the obvious and preparing their

January 30th, 2018|