There are lessons for South Australia and the rest of the country in how Port Augusta has gone about their transition to renewable energy so far.
Here’s a summary of new batteries and new energy storage systems that have been announced in Australia in June and July 2016.
Seven’s Today Tonight report into renewable energy included some shocking errors, and it didn’t mention that one of its quoted critics is actually a big supporter of solar energy.
As NSW’s relatively generous solar rates come to a close, 150,000-odd solar homes are looking to make the transition as painless as possible. So what are your options? We break them down for you.
The overall tone of Clean Energy Summit is much more upbeat than last year, and it appears that the political resistance to renewables is fading.
NSW network operator unveils plans to fast-track installation of solar and battery systems up to 30kW, saving customers more than $200 on applications.
Politicians line up to accuse media and Coalition members of misleading, fatuous and ideological campaign against renewable energy. Industry says it is price to pay for success.
Online renewables mapping tool gets major ARENA-funded upgrade, including addition of new maps highlighting areas of network constraint, best suited to battery storage and demand management.
ACT govt says submissions to its latest “next generation” renewables tender indicate solar is now competitive with wind energy, suggesting possible major shift in future renewables roll-out.
Solaray selected for Australian-first project to install 30kW of solar and 43.2kWh of Enphase li-ion battery storage at student housing co-op.
ARENA to provide $10m to Chinese wind giant to build Australia’s first hybrid wind-solar farm, although grant is nearly four times more than being asked by projects in large scale solar tender.
Warmer weather in NSW responsible for most of the decline in volumes and prices in gas and electricity markets in last week.
Adelaide company ZEN Energy wins contract to install more than 500kWh of li-ion battery storage at three government-owned buildings in Adelaide.
An acquisition spree for regulated fossil-fuel assets that are supported by guaranteed payments