This is AEMO’s sunshot – an ambitious plan to develop and deploy the systems and technologies that will make 100 per cent renewables happen.
The vast majority of Australians are yet to engage with or be exposed to new ways of thinking about and using energy.
New AEMO chief lists major transmission upgrades as some of the “hard realities” of the transition to renewables, as community push-back continues to build.
AEMO has again warned of “material” constraints and delays to wind and solar projects due to lack of capacity in key part of grid.
“Unchartered territory:” AEMO’s Daniel Westerman wants Australia’s grids to be able to handle 100 pct renewable penetration within four years.
Australia’s biggest wind farm finally obtains registration – at least for part of the project – after a long delay, and can now begin production.
The failure of policy makers and regulators is now being felt in the electricity market, and consumers are being sent the bill.
“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.
Nearly three years after it was built, the world first solar, wind and battery hub at Kennedy is finally sending power to the grid.
A new children’s story, Amy’s Balancing Act, uses a sunbaking goanna, an albatross, and a sugar glider to explain switch to renewables.