rss

Category: Other Good Stuff

5
Eos Energy to offer MW scale battery storage system at $160/kWh

Eos Energy to offer MW scale battery storage system at $160/kWh

Eos Energy storage’s aurora battery system will be commercially available In 2016, at $160/kWh.

0
Texas community to be powered by geothermal + solar

Texas community to be powered by geothermal + solar

Bosch and the real estate development company Taurus Investment Holdings are partnering together to outfit a new 7,500 home “master-planned” community.

8
Why dedicating land to bioenergy won't curb climate change

Why dedicating land to bioenergy won’t curb climate change

How does bioenergy contribute to a sustainable food and climate future?

1
Hawaii to test rooftop solar limits with island grid

Hawaii to test rooftop solar limits with island grid

Hawaii is a solar hot spot – and fitting test-bed for DoE research to stretch limits of rooftop PV penetration on island grids.

0
Eon’s transformation: How it will change the energy debate

Eon’s transformation: How it will change the energy debate

The energy market is riddled with rules and regulations that lock in a future for assets that will not be required in the new world.

1
Austria is 100 per cent nuclear-free

Austria is 100 per cent nuclear-free

On 1 January 2015, Austria’s “ban” on imports of nuclear power went into effect as planned.

0
Australian universities fail on climate, carbon investment strategies

Australian universities fail on climate, carbon investment strategies

Australian universities lead on research on climate change, but their boards get a fail on acting on their own climate and carbon risks.

0
Abengoa breaks ground on 24-hour solar complex in Chile

Abengoa breaks ground on 24-hour solar complex in Chile

The Spanish renewable energy group says solar PV plant will tie in with solar tower and storage facility to supply energy 24 hours a day.

2
A crash in gas use is more likely than the forecast 'shortage'

A crash in gas use is more likely than the forecast ‘shortage’

Rising gas prices, driven by the development of Queensland’s exports, could end up driving domestic customers away.

2
There's a sunny future ahead for rooftop solar power: here's why

There’s a sunny future ahead for rooftop solar power: here’s why

If you need more evidence solar is destined to become the dominant electricity source in many parts of the world, including Australia, here it is…

8
Ocean warming now off the charts

Ocean warming now off the charts

The oceans — where over 90% of global warming heat ends up — have literally warmed up off the charts.