The company formerly known for its efforts to generate energy from “hot rock geothermal” will diversify into solar, battery storage, and hybrid renewables.
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Carnegie Wave locks in $3.69m debt funding for world first solar, battery and wave integrated microgrid project, as it eyes “huge global opportunity.”
NSW says it has accepted an unsolicited offer from Australian Super and IFM investors to buy 50.4% of utility Ausgrid for just over $16bn.
Tesla announces new self-driving software and hardware suite that it says will deliver a safety level “substantially greater than that of a human driver.”
Grant King takes parting shot at state-based renewable energy targets at Origin Energy AGM, repeating Coalition line that they make transition harder, more expensive.
CEFC CEO Oliver Yates to retire after overseeing $2.3bn in investments and steering Australia’s renewables industry through extended periods of policy uncertainty.
While politicians question renewables reliability after South Australia’s blackout, consumer interest in solar and battery storage has spiked.
Federal resources minister Matt Canavan hoorays Adani job search for coal mine, although it it also looking for someone to further its solar plans.
The first of the massive – longest in Australia – wind turbine blades arrive for NSW 175MW White Rock wind farm.