The retailer is moving beyond a slow-and-steady success of its VPP in Adelaide in the hopes of satisfying AEMO’s request for “shallow storage” capacity.
Members of the Solar Cutters Facebook page can take credit for a new piece of racking kit that’s hit the market.
The Coalition’s technology investment roadmap has overlooked solutions to the clean energy transition that are begging for attention, including transmission and offshore wind, says the CEC.
Research backs up the case for gallium-doped silicon solar modules as hardy and cost-effective performers, writes LONGi Solar product director Dr Fang Hongbin.
It pays to understand how storage is integrated into energy systems when selecting a battery system, write Mina Zhang and Echo Chen of Sungrow.
Business owners and investors can take the economic recovery into their own hands, and reap tidy returns, by backing behind-the-meter energy solutions that include solar.
George Auchterlonie, director and installer at Renewable Energy Solutions Tasmania, has seen the solar sector rip ahead from where it was just 10 years ago.
Solar installers can prove their worth to customers by applying stringent standards when selecting modules, writes Michelle McCann.
Supermarket chain Aldi’s commitment to clean energy is a prime opportunity to treat PV like a production line, says the commercial installer.
US solar tracking company Alion Energy explains the results of research that shows how premium equipment can reap respectable yields from non-premium sites.
With the incremental increases in size, turbines and offshore wind plants become more economical – not just in lower upfront costs, but also in longer-term power generation potential.
ARENA has been handed a 10-year lifeline as the energy transition gets serious, but the money comes with strings attached.
The Melbourne-based battery-maker’s partnerships with SwitchDin and Selectronic allow for “turn-key” simplicity, it says.
The potential in waste as a source of clean energy appeals to more criteria than simply one of plain economics, writes Shaun Scallan.
Research from APVI shows the enormous extent to which the solar revolution in Australia has been driven by homeowners who “learned by doing”.
Energy savings schemes are supporting upgrades to efficient hot water systems using heat pump technology, writes Hamish McGovern.
Industry participants have been delivered guidelines for a successful transition to large-scale production of hydrogen, writes Daniel Chidgey of Standards Australia.
The country’s biggest energy conference is going ahead as a weeks-long schedule of online events that will call on more than 50 experts speaking in more than 20 sessions.
A $500m commitment has set the state on a fast path to its target of 50% clean energy by 2030.
The ESB has called out for the sector to have its say on the design of the electricity system post-2025.
When to apply Australian standards and manufacturer’s instructions can be confusing, but both are extremely important in a solar installation, writes Clean Energy Council technical support officer Nathan Smith.
While the impacts of covid-19 have been devastating, they will be immaterial compared to climate change unless we take meaningful action, writes Clean Energy Council CEO Kane Thornton.
The process will also explore the potential for electricity-reliant industries and businesses to buy renewable energy along with government through this process.
Reports from the CER and ANU show optimism and where there is more opportunity for Australia’s energy transition.