Donald and Tarnagulla, west of Bendigo, could be the first large communities that are taken off grid and powered by local renewables and storage.
The town of Heyfield 200km east of Melbourne will be the guinea pig for new microgrid technology in a study led by UTS.
Spanish energy giant Iberdrola says it will have 95GW of wind and solar capacity by the end of the decade, and another 900MW in Australia by 2025.
Turnbull will chair the Australian operation of Forrest’s wildly ambitious plan to build 1,000GW of renewable capacity around the world.
Gransolar says the 13 batteries will be up and running by the middle of 2022, concentrated mostly in Victoria and South Australia.
The technology extracts water from the air, then runs solar-generated electricity through it to create green hydrogen.
Craig Kelly takes his strident climate views to the cross-bench. Could a move to the Nationals be on the cards?
Poles and wires owner Spark Infrastructure will continue its foray into generation with a string of new renewable energy projects.
IPC approves solar farm, despite hundreds of complaints from locals who argued it would ruin scenery, waste good farming land, and damage biodiversity.
Province Resources believes abundant wind and solar make Carnarvon a perfect site for a green hydrogen ‘hub’.