Wind and solar have set new production records in Australia’s main grid as they continue to reshape the grid and displace coal and gas.
Massive increase in deployment of wind, solar and battery storage needed over coming decade if world to meet net zero targets.
Gas generation declined again in the first half of 2021, including in NSW where renewables now supply 17 times more electricity than gas.
Battery storage industry happy with new rules that recognise some of their multiple tools, but not pleased with another two-year wait.
This weekend marks the seventh anniversary of when Coalition MPs danced with joy at the repeal of the carbon price. Their policies are still baked in denial and stupidity.
The first utility scale solar farms in the Northern Territory are sitting idle, unable to be switched off due to “onerous, unprecedented and indefensible” new rules.
Network investor Spark unveils major push into renewables, with a 2.5GW wind, solar and storage hub in NSW and another 1GW of projects.
“Unchartered territory:” AEMO’s Daniel Westerman wants Australia’s grids to be able to handle 100 pct renewable penetration within four years.
Massive 50 gigawatt wind and solar project proposed by CWP and Intercontinental – the two parties behind the 26GW Asia Renewable Energy Hub.
“The technology allows for it, but the rules are getting in the way.” Why Australia’s hybrid wind, solar and battery facilities can’t work together.