A solar sales company is hoping to lure more customers towards batteries by pushing the cause for smart connected systems.
It’s been a fast five years for solar at mine sites, where hybrid clean energy systems are pushing the latest PV technology.
An Adelaide microgrid has answered the call to help provide grid security in South Australia.
Is the utility-scale PV market under stress or growing into a new stage of maturity? The Clean Energy Council Large-scale Solar Forum included a panel session which looked at the past to predict the future.
It’s time to get serious about bioenergy, says an Australian company looking to rollout energy and resource recovery as a service.
The government may sound ambiguous about clean energy but it doesn’t want us to trash PV panels or wind blades, says a UniSA researcher working on an end-of-life stewardship program for clean energy gear.
AGL has agreed to buy C&I solar installation companies Solgen and Epho.
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Melbourne-based Clean Technology Partners shares some wisdom gleaned from 10 years of trying to stay ahead in a relentless sector.
South Australia shows how good public policy can enable dramatic emissions reduction, even in a privately owned electricity system.
A rule change from December will see inverters in new or upgraded rooftop PV systems meet regulations that encourage more solar.
A report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis predicts some coal generators will become unviable as they are squeezed by high costs and falling revenues.
Installers who break the rules for claiming STCs are on notice, writes Robbie Nichols of the Clean Energy Council.
Ausgrid hopes its trial of community batteries in and near Sydney will be a first step in a major rollout of shared storage.
A rollout of chargers available free-of-charge in weeny towns around Victoria will nudge the uptake of EVs, a new venture hopes.
There is vast potential for many energy users and all consumers to benefit as demand response is understood and better utilised, writes Marija Petkovic.
The Sydney network has committed to a trial to test whether community storage can settle voltage levels as demand for rooftop solar continues.
Fast-charging stations in major population centres will be delivered to set motorists’ minds at ease about the inevitable transition.
A trial in South Australia will test the load-shifting potential of a virtual power plant of residential hot-water systems.
After a record year for corporate renewable PPAs in Australia, Chris Briggs assesses the prospects for 2021.
The 1.2GW battery is strategically located to ease the way for future renewables projects.
A trial to coordinate EV charging at 176 homes will test networks’ tolerance for increasing demand on the grid as the national fleet is upgraded.
Retired EV batteries packaged into C&I-scale storage solutions will appeal to owners of medium-sized PV systems who feel storage is beyond their budgets.
A clean source of heat has the potential to extend the lifetimes of the thermal plants that deliver stability in the grid.