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.
Neoen and Pac Hydro settle legal action brought by the AER relating to South Australian blackout, agreeing to pay fines.
Updated: AEMO has made it harder for battery-based VPPs and distributed energy resources to participate in the important frequency control markets.
Tesla says synchronous generation not needed in a renewable energy grid because battery storage can deliver the services and much of the storage required.
Angus Taylor preferred coal subsidy has been rubbished by most of Australia’s biggest coal generators, who say it will stop investment in new technologies.
AEMO considers more sophisticated, transparent solutions to maintaining minimum demand than simply shutting off rooftop solar
The fine tuning of inverters at wind and solar farms in north Queensland shows that synchronous machines may not be needed in a future grid.