New data suggests a mind-boggling installation rate for wind power in China in 2020, but must be maintained for many more years to cut coal.
Three key takeaways from new facts and stats on Australia’s biggest grid in 2020.
Federal government tips $11m in to CopperString 2.0 transmission network upgrade, that will open up new regions of northern Queensland for renewable energy investment.
ACT government celebrates strong uptake of rooftop solar, with more than 4,200 systems added in 2020.
Gap between Coalition ideology on climate and energy and the rest of the world is so great that even AFR readers voted Angus Taylor worst minister.
Grid and network operators look to wind, solar and battery storage to supply the essential grid services to be lost as coal and gas plants decline.
By the end of 2020, Trina Solar will see its 210mm-module production capacity exceeding 22GW, and will further shoot over 50GW in 2021 across the globe.
Renewable energy is set to decrease power prices around the country – and that’s before you even count recent new policies.
AEMO to model faster paths to net zero emissions, with new “Export Superpower” scenario to assume Australia to get there by 2040, and more rapid emission cuts in electricity grid.
South Australia predicts its emerging status as a local and global clean energy exporter could drive the state to more than 500 per cent renewables.