Renewables represent an opportunity for mines to save money and boost reliability.
Currently, there is not a single wind turbine generating even a watt of electricity in American waters , but that could soon change.
Storage is critical to Solar’s value proposition for commercial applications.
What will 2015 bring? Sizzle in the energy storage market; a possible 60GW of added solar capacity; another miserable year for coal… and much more.
Tesla continues expansion into Australia, adds battery upgrade to Roadster 3.0, and a video of the Model S thrashing a Dodge Hellcat.
Group of 12 experts launch International Energy Advisory Council to advise governments on how best to ditch fossil fuels and switch to 100% renewables.
The Modi-Obama energy agreement brings all three of the world’s biggest emitters – India, the US and China – into alignment on climate action and proves that the ‘all of the above’ credo that once dominated their thinking on energy is steadily morphing into ‘anything but coal.’
CSIRO-BOM report warns Australia headed for more extreme droughts, floods and could lock in 5.1°C of warming if global emissions are not slashed.
For utility executives making New Year Resolutions, 2015 promises to bring in more grief in the form of lower demand growth, and rising retail tariffs.
The Australian solar industry in 2014 showed it was good with numbers, geography and with science. But it’s still lousy at communication, and cuts corners.