Price surges are being blamed on wind energy. Cherry-picked numbers that serve to confirm a belief that already exists is something you’re going to see a lot of this year.
More EU countries than ever are meeting their 2020 targets for renewable energy generation ahead of schedule.
More than 1,000MW of large-scale renewables projects will likely be committed this year, but we’ll still fall short of the RET in 2018. The problem lies with financier confidence, not a lack of economically viable projects.
How did Greg Hunt win an award that Greens deputy leader Scott Ludlam says “sounds like something his mum made up”? As the satire ramps up, confusion emerges about exactly who was responsible.
Australian battery company Redflow says plug and play residential model of zinc bromine technology to be launched on Australian market in just over a month.
AGL creates new investment fund for large-scale renewables, with aim of attracting third party funds. But there will be no new projects committed in 2016.
Australia’s first household to add a Tesla Powerwall can this week begin buying and selling electricity on the market, after the addition of a world-leading software program by Reposit Power.
Solar power in Australia has grown to 5 gigawatts and was the largest source of new power in the country in 2015. It now represents 9% of Australia’s total electricity generation capacity.