Author: EcoGen Editor

Huawei launches the FusionHome Smart Energy Solution in Australia

FusionHome Smart Energy Solution was launched in Australia this week by Steven Zhou general manager for Huawei Smart PV Business Residential Solution. The latest SUN2000-L inverter 2KTL to 5KTL optimiser and safety box brings optimised PV power generation in a one-fits-all solution with flexible design & easy installation features. The SUN2000-L residential inverter has five innovations that Huawei says can perfectly solve the challenges facing the Australian solar market. The five innovations include: Optimiser(s) Suitable for Different Scenarios In the conventional solution there are several limitations with residential system installations and like all modules if one string had to...

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Global giant to build solar farm near Gladstone

Global energy giant Acciona Energy has been selected to transform 1,250 hectares of underutilised state-owned land at Aldoga into a solar energy project supporting hundreds of jobs and delivering long-term community benefits. According to the Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick the signing of the Agreement for Lease signalled the start of a project that will generate renewable energy and boost the local economy. “Acciona Energy will develop, finance, construct and operate a $ 500 million solar farm through a 30-year lease with the Queensland Government and they are committed to Buy Queensland and Gladstone...

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Research program kicks off with big investment

NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) has welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement of a $90 million Future Fuels Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) program. According to NERA chief executive Miranda Taylor additional investment in future fuels research and development is critical to ensure Australia successfully and sustainably transitions towards a low-carbon economy. “NERA actively supports the transformation towards a more diverse energy mix and works with industry partners across the supply chain to create partnerships with clean and renewable technologies,” Taylor said. “A decarbonised energy future cannot be achieved without supporting Australia’s traditional energy resources sector and leveraging Australia’s global competitive...

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Charging ahead in the Sunshine State

Electric vehicles (EV’s) offer a range of social, economic and environmental benefits but one of the key barriers to electric vehicle (EV) uptake has been a lack of public charging infrastructure which has lead the Queensland government to recently announce charger stations at Townsville and Carmila. The first phase of the chargers has been chosen to allow Queenslanders and tourists to travel in EV’s to the majority of the states’ larger towns and cities and were selected using a comprehensive set of guidelines, which included consideration of: the driving range of EV’s, access to amenities such as food, drinks...

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Integrating single phase storage

Selectronic will officially launch the latest addition to its product range, at the 2018 Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition in Sydney this week. is a remote monitoring portal that can be integrated with any single-phase renewable energy storage system that uses a Selectronic SP PRO inverter, via a small, lightweight, wall mounted unit. A secure web-based portal, can be accessed on any internet-connected PC or Mac computer, or any portable device that uses iOS or Android platforms. Users can log in to their system, to monitor power flow of their system in real time via a...

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