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: Victorian Government
Victoria’s quick deadlines for its 100MW energy storage tender could rule out two technologies: pumped hydro and solar thermal.
Victoria’s Andrews govt launches $20m tender for proposals to work with state’s networks to install up to 100MW of grid-scale energy storage by 2018.
What drove Victoria’s wholesale electricity market prices up 46% in 2016? We put the screws on the historical data to find out.
Siemens to install co-gen, energy and water efficient technology in $11m state government-backed Museums Victoria upgrade.
Andrews govt launches tender for up to 75MW new solar capacity in north-west Victoria, some of which will power Melbourne tram network.
The new Victorian feed-in tariff announced today marks an important turning point in the struggle for recognition of the real value of distributed renewable energy.
Victoria’s Labor government calling for expressions of interest to build 20MW battery storage array, to improve grid stability.
With Hazelwood set to close, Andrews government unveils $5m scheme to install solar PV, hot water at 1,000 Latrobe Valley homes.
Victoria’s government will ban onshore gas fracking with the support of the state Coalition; a fairer solar feed-in tarrif, not-so much.