Sun Cable lodges application for manufacturing and assembly plant for 5B’s Maverick solar array systems, that will eventually supply its own 14GW solar plans.
Federal government should target net-zero emissions by 2050 as “absolute minimum,” new scientific report warns, to avoid potentially insurmountable challenges to Australia.
AGL Energy’s plan to build gas import terminal and reprocessing plant in Victoria’s Western Port rejected due to “clear” and “unacceptable” environmental impacts.
CEP reveals the second of four grid-scale energy storage projects, a 150MW big battery to be built on the outer Adelaide site of the former GMH manufacturing plant.
AGL inks deal to roll out Ovo’s “customer experience” energy flexibility platform, built around smart meters, solar and batteries, and electric vehicle charging.
Andrew Forrest details Fortescue plans to produce and provide over 1000GW of zero emissions clean energy – “’cause to do anything else is a commercial nonsense.”
Wind Farm Commissioner role, already expanded to include large-scale solar and storage, grows again to take in massive transmission development projects.
As federal parliament prepares to undertake yet another review of Australia’s future energy system needs, experts explain why new baseload is not one of them.
As detail from the AEMC’s draft determination on solar export charges is sifted through, reactions range from ‘no biggie,’ to ‘needs more work,’ to ‘needs to be thrown in the bin.’
What would the implementation of a solar tax mean for rooftop solar returns? We look at the AEMC modelling.