The long-awaited Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism kicked in this week, in one of the market’s most significant reforms.
Morrison government projections show Australia’s main grid on track for 51 per cent renewables by 2025, and 69 per cent by 2030.
Four big spinning machines installed in South Australia, paving way for more wind and solar in the grid, and another step towards 100 pct renewables.
Government purchases of carbon offsets remain low, with the secondary market now offering almost double the price for Australian Carbon Credit Units.
Battery storage to get boost from another landmark reform after AEMC dumps failed “do no harm” rule on system strength.
Coal generators have been fearing the duck curve for some time. They may never have imagined it would grow this steep, this quickly.
The failure of fresh attempts to cancel out Angus Taylor’s much criticised ARENA regulations means a court challenge will be the likely next step.
Clean Energy Regulator seeks feedback on new scheme to improve transparency around corporate emissions pledges and the use of offsets.
Australian concentrated solar and hydro storage technology outfit RayGen Resources claims Norwegian giant as major new investor.
As Nationals MPs met to see if they could make coal great again, solar delivered more than half of grid demand for first time, and coal output hit record low.