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Lithium-ion battery storage may be banned inside Australian homes

Lithium-ion battery storage may be banned inside Australian homes

Draft guidelines to be released by Standards Australia suggest lithium-ion battery storage devices like Tesla Powerwalls should be banned from inside homes and garages, and only installed in separate “kiosks” or bunkers. It threatens to bring the industry to a halt.

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Malcolm Turnbull has battery storage installed in Point Piper home

Malcolm Turnbull has battery storage installed in Point Piper home

PM Malcolm Turnbull has installed battery storage at his Point Piper home and upgraded his rooftop solar system.

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Tesla, LG Chem tipped to dominate massive battery storage market

Tesla, LG Chem tipped to dominate massive battery storage market

Tesla and LG Chem tipped to dominate the US battery storage market, which is expected to be worth as much as $US50 billion by 2020.

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Australian battery price war resumes, with Powerwall 2 delivery just 'weeks away'

Australian battery price war resumes, with Powerwall 2 delivery just ‘weeks away’

With the first shipment of Tesla’s Powerwall 2 battery systems set to hit Australian shores, prices of home energy storage continue to tumble, shifting the target market from early adopters, to the “early majority”.

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Tesla vs LG vs Sony vs ... storage goes head to head at new ACT test centre

Tesla vs LG vs Sony vs … storage goes head to head at new ACT test centre

ACT, ARENA launch 3-year trial of eight leading battery storage technologies to see which works best for consumers.

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Australia battery storage comparison table - July update 

Australia battery storage comparison table – July update 

Here’s a summary of new batteries and new energy storage systems that have been announced in Australia in June and July 2016.

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LG Chem unveils new battery storage, adding more choice for solar households

LG Chem unveils new battery storage, adding more choice for solar households

South Korean company with biggest share of Australian grid-connected battery storage market has released new range, from stackable 3.3kWh lithium-ion to 9.8kWh.