Charging stations will be built across eight geographic regions covering 14 of Australia’s most populous cities.
Clean energy is growing in the grid but there is still plenty of risk for big investors.
Tracking has taken off with developers of solar plants but there is a lot to know about this simple technology.
Things will get worse before they get better … how curtailment and restrictive MLFs will precede the dawn of renewable energy zones
Grid constraints are symptoms of an energy system in transition, say analysts. A balancing act of new supply and transmission will see bumps along the way.
Research shows that if energy professionals and customers agree on what they expect a community battery to do, engineers can write performance algorithms to suit those objectives.
Dull or extraordinary grid conditions can be conjured to stress test clean energy equipment at the ANU’s laboratory dedicated to distributed energy resources.
To take sustainability targets seriously governments and businesses must access and understand the reams of data that are often freely available to them, writes Paul Leahy.
A leading C&I solar company is focused on business as usual having found itself briefly under the ownership of an alleged fraudster.
Solar installers who try to cut corners by avoiding stringent structural assessments risk the reputation of the entire industry – and can miss out on proving themselves in the tough C&I sector.
A pocket of stillness has highlighted how wind may have concentrated price power in Victoria as coal is retired.
RACV Solar has partnered with Holmesglen Institute to deliver an energy solution and training facility worthy of turning out tomorrow’s solar workers.
The AEMC has proposed a rule change that could ease the way for owners of battery storage to participate in the energy market.
An Australian university has developed software that by increasing accuracy of five-minute forecasts can push down associated liabilities to the NEM.
A sawmill is looking to solve a waste problem and cut costs by branching out into the export, energy and biochar markets.
Could there be a second life for Large-scale Generation Certificates once the Renewable Energy Target scheme matures?
In comparison to natural gas, LPG has a low carbon to hydrogen ratio, which means it produces smaller quantities of carbon dioxide per unit of heat generated when burnt.
The debate around the regulatory reform of distributed energy resources will help decide the future direction of Australia’s electricity system, writes Clean Energy Council CEO Kane Thornton.
A project by Luceo Energy that shows the effect of solar exports on the grid is expected to help the network owner target investment in capacity.
GSES learning design manager Belinda Lam keeps an eye on graduates so that courses are always relevant.
Lowering business costs can be as easy as cutting back on energy usage, but it can also pay to find an energy provider that will help a customer attain its efficiency goals.
The rooftop solar boom means that maintenance will generate extra business for solar installers, but there are some important things to look out for, writes Nathan Smith.
Rigorous due diligence can save developers of solar projects millions, write Michelle McCann and Lawrence McIntosh.
The NSW Empowering Homes program has highlighted a few trouble spots in the solar storage market, writes Arianwyn Lowe.
Solar customers rely on commission-focused, unqualified salespeople to recommend the best PV system for them. Surely, says Sophie Wright, there has to be a better way.