Bob Weir and Wolf Bros has announced an upcoming performance on 24 Hours of Reality, the largest global conversation on the climate crisis, which will be live online on December 3rd and 4th.Last year, 39 million people tuned in to 24 Hours of Reality and learned what climate change is doing to our planet. The Climate Reality Project is a nonprofit organization funded by like-minded supporters who believe that there is hope in unity, and that together we can build a safe, sustainable future. The Climate Reality Project’s work brings real-world stories about the climate crisis to millions of people each week.To learn more about 24 Hours of Reality and Bob Weir and Wolf Bros’ performance head here.Bob Weir and Wolf Bros closed out their first-ever tour with a bang at New York’s storied Beacon Theatre last week. While Bob Weir, Jay Lane, and Don Was‘ first night at The Beacon highlighted the core trio’s abilities as a unit, the final night of the tour was all about getting their friends involved, as a rotating cast of guests joined the band throughout the show, including guitarist Steve Kimock, saxophonist Kenny Brooks, trumpeter Reggie Pittman, and bassist Tal Wilkenfeld.Weir will have a few weeks off before heading to Hawaii on New Year’s Eve to join Bill Kreutzmann, George Porter Jr., and more for Billy’s “Rising Up To Paradise” benefit.
Construction begins at hybrid wind, battery storage project in Australia FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Renew Economy:The first of 56 turbines that will make up the nearly 200MW wind power component of Neoen’s Bulgana Green Power Hub is being installed, marking a new milestone for the ground-breaking hybrid renewables and battery storage project in Victoria.The project, which broke ground at the site of an old gold mine in Stawell in May last year, will deliver 100 per cent renewable energy to what will be the country’s biggest vegetable glasshouse, owned by Nectar Farms.In a statement on Wednesday, the Australian branch of French renewables developer Neoen said the first wind turbine was on the way up, while construction across the wider site continued to build momentum.“The integrated wind and battery storage facility continues to create hundreds of local jobs and is well on its way to meeting the targeted delivery date of August 2019,” said Neon Australia managing director Franck Woitiez. “Upon completion, the $A350 million facility will generate over 740,000MWh of emission-free, clean, competitive renewable energy per annum for the Stawell region and wider Victoria.”In comments to RE back in May of 2018, Neoen’s Woitiez said that project’s like the Green Power Hub served to demonstrate that the clean energy transition was well underway, and that coal was “a thing of the past.”The hydroponic greenhouse will take around 15 per cent of the output of the wind farm, and its needs will be backed up by a 20MW/34MWh Tesla battery storage facility.More: First turbine goes up at Neoen’s wind and battery hub in Victoria