Australia’s mainstream media fail to understand – and appear to have no interest in asking – that new technologies can make the grid cheaper and more stable, rather than turning to old and expensive alternatives.
More than one million solar hot water systems have been installed in Australia, adding to the more than 1.5 million rooftop PV systems.
The company formerly known for its efforts to generate energy from “hot rock geothermal” will diversify into solar, battery storage, and hybrid renewables.
Carnegie Wave locks in $3.69m debt funding for world first solar, battery and wave integrated microgrid project, as it eyes “huge global opportunity.”
Grant King takes parting shot at state-based renewable energy targets at Origin Energy AGM, repeating Coalition line that they make transition harder, more expensive.
A little over six months after I moved into a new home I have installed a combination of rooftop solar and battery storage. It’s amazing what a little bit of storage can achieve.
While politicians question renewables reliability after South Australia’s blackout, consumer interest in solar and battery storage has spiked.
Newcastle Council wants to build a 5MW solar farm as part of the coal port city’s plans to source 30 per cent of its electricity needs from renewables by 2020.