ESCOSA decision to remove the minimum price for solar exports shows lack of understanding in the South Australian electricity market.
Category: South Australian Government
You couldn’t dream up the crazy set of events that have driven fears that South Australia is a sign of the threats to come to power supply reliability.
Newspapers, politicians and BHP used “blackout” at Olympic Dam as another launch pad against renewables. But the blackout didn’t happen, market operator says.
Committee finds no social licence for unconventional gas “fracking” in south-east SA – a decision based in health concerns, among others.
Climate Change Minister Ian Hunter last night awarded Port Lincoln business Regional Connections the overall prize, as well as winner of the Industry and Business category.
Adelaide City adds solar and battery storage install at a Council depot, and a UPark LED lighting upgrade, to its plans to be carbon neutral.
Strong winds that blew Malcolm Turnbull’s South Australia itinerary off course this week provided more than 100% of the state’s electricity needs for much of the day.
South Australia opens path for existing and peaking gas plants after substantially weakening the emission limits for its “low carbon” energy tender – to the point where it now invites applications from facilities that would increase the state’s emissions profile.
An innovative high tech South Australian firm will use $50,000 in State Government funding to develop ground breaking technology.
Adelaide unveils latest zero-carbon strategy, to install 40 electric vehicle charging stations by end 2017 and subsidise installation of private EV charge points.