The CSIRO is on a mission to bring together industry, government and other research organisations to fast-track emerging hydrogen technologies.
Industry leaders have put their heads, and their money, together to tackle the energy opportunities in heating and cooling.
The new owner proposes to use the site to pilot its TESS-GRID technology, with electricity firming services developed to similar scale as the previous project.
Energy users big and small can tune their load to temper stress on the grid, but the benefits to big industry and networks may be larger than many participants anticipate.
Developing nations are moving toward cleaner power but not nearly fast enough to limit global emissions or the consequences of climate change.
An ammonia plant is looking at a solar and hydrogen solution to help it cut ties with gas.
ARENA will investigate funding for projects that involve commercial scale deployments of electrolysers, particularly over 10MW in scale.
The new NSW Electricity Strategy flags a major revamp of the state’s Energy Savings Scheme, which will be extended to 2050 and rebadged the Energy Security Safeguard.
The NSW Government’s electricity strategy will help remove barriers to new clean energy investment and unlock the state’s potential, the CEC says.
Coal is out of favour with investors – and that’s what will tip the world towards renewables, says energy oracle Michael Liebreich.
Neoen will expand its Hornsdale Power Reserve storage system in South Australia by 50%, a 64.5MWh expansion.
The distributed energy resources platform is gaining scale in its quest to offer a tool to help networks better manage grid stability.
The CEC has stepped up ahead of the next COAG Energy Council with a clear list of requests and recommendations.
Satisfied after the release of its Q.Home range, Hanwha Q Cells Australia is ready to make its move into commercial solar.
The new battery standard marks an important point for the industry. James Patterson explains how to use it and how it applies to the various technologies.
Peter McKernan has installed systems in parts of the planet where solar and storage change lives.
A cool-looking house in central Sydney makes the most of the often-overlooked elegance of solar modules. Will the fashion catch on?
Chinese solar firm Trina has launched a 166mm wafer it says will see output of 445-450W for a 72-cell panel compared with 405-410W for a 72-cell panel using a 158.75mm wafer.
There is a mountain of preparation to be done to manage the recycling of millions of tonnes of solar PV modules over the decades ahead, writes GSES.
The Clean Energy Council’s 2019 Solar Design and Installation Awards included shining examples of what this talented industry can do with more than a few modules when imaginations are let off the leash.
The future is micro, nano and perhaps even pico-grids orchestrated to solve energy dilemmas at a local level, writes Shaun Scallan.
If Australia is to realise its immense opportunity in a zero-carbon world, it will need a different policy framework.
SolarEdge is hoping will secure it supremacy as a smart-thinking provider of energy-and-storage solutions, co-founder Lior Handelsman tells EcoGeneration.
A $1 billion top-up for the Clean Energy Finance Corporation can prepare the energy system for the shift from coal to renewable energy.