As the Queensland government works to fill the breach in large-scale renewables development, local governments have been getting on with the job.
Coal-fired electricity generation is being eclipsed by cheaper renewables in New Zealand, and their PM is not one bit surprised.
Outback Qld Shire of Winton to build two 150kW geothermal plants in ambitious plan to supply their own locally generated power to council buildings.
Another project allocated funds under the former Labor government has missed its target, with Petratherm advising that it is unable to raise funds for what was once considered one of the country’s flagship geothermal projects.
Greenearth Energy abandons 12MW geothermal energy project near Geelong after Victorian government withdraws $25m grant.
Geodynamics to buy KUTh Energy to expand its Pacific Island geothermal projects.