Market rule maker looks beyond coal, and even gas, to batteries and a flexible two-way grid in review of electricity reliability standards.
Large scale renewable market hit with more volatility, while an enormous surplus of small scale certificates carried forward from 2020 will see the 2021 STC target grow.
Regulators overseeing the new energy market rules for Australia’s main grid must push back against the attempts by the coal lobby to hijack the process.
Victoria regulator says the days of high solar tariffs are over, as minimum FiT is slashed by one third due to falling wholesale prices.
New analysis warns lower electricity prices caused by “tidal wave” of new wind and solar investment could push multiple coal plants into early retirement.
APA still can’t find a customer for its proposed new gas generator promised support by Morrison government as it looks to hydrogen opportunities after big first half loss.
SolarEdge announces solar revenue records for 2020, including in Australia where it charted 30% year on year growth – despite Covid.
There are good reasons to think that the Liddell, Yallourn, Vales Point coal generators and a couple of coal units in Queensland could all close before 2030.
AGL and Origin have failed to really embrace decarbonisation as opportunity. They have chosen to ignore the low cost of wind and solar for the supply of bulk energy.
Many think the GameStop led consumer uprising will be limited to Wall St, but there are some parallels for energy market participants.