What is a reasonable Feed-in Tariff (FiT) and why should a solar household in Bundanoon receive less than a solar household in Ballarat?
Category: Community Power
Recently, Adrian Merrick predicted an imminent “inflection point” for big utilities. Now he’s about to put his theory into practice.
Industry and govt set to pilot Decentralised Energy Exchange – “deX” – for trading locally generated and stored rooftop solar power to support the grid.
Mistruths that have shaken public trust in energy companies and our politicians. That’s why many are turning to trusted local partnerships.
NSW parliamentary secretary Adam Marshall says solar households in NSW should have the ability to trade electricity that they generate from their rooftops.
The extraordinary resistance to coal seam gas in NSW documented by The Bentley Effect underlines the power of community energy, and delivers a warning to politicians and big business about their energy and business choices. The power is shifting to communities.
New community solar investment round to be launched in NSW, with aim of installing 1MW of solar on homes and businesses in the state’s north-west slopes region.
NSW property development offers a tree change, and a share in an energy utility: a purpose-built, embedded network through which to buy, sell and store solar electricity, peer-to-peer.
Corporations are entering the renewables market in force, and they will find much to like in the community-scale solar market.
Community solar investor round in Sydney’s inner-west raised more than $17k in 9 minutes to put solar on the roof of a craft brewery in Newtown.