Viva Energy secures MoUs with major international partners for Geelong Energy Hub, which could include solar and battery, green hydrogen and LNG import terminal.
The 106MW Yatpool solar farm, which has spent months waiting to connect to the grid in Victoria, has started sending power to the National Electricity Market.
UTS study finds increase in wind power is lowering electricity prices, but also leading to higher price volatility.
ASX-listed Tilt Renewables becomes latest takeover target, with its largest shareholder announcing a review of ownership stake after strong interest.
At the start of 2020 forecasts were predicting the year would end with an LGC surplus in the millions, but current trends mean we could easily wind up with a deficit.
Strict standards for inverters that control rooftop solar systems, battery storage devices and electric vehicle charging are on their way.
Telstra’s Ben Burge says corporates must take direct responsibility for customer emissions, alludes to Telstra’s plans for a carbon-neutral electricity retailer.
AEMC launches review of smart meter rules, after its last reforms failed to stimulate the market.
While Australia’s federal government continues to claim a net-zero emissions target would kill the economy, a major new EU report has found the opposite to be true.
Industry bodies seek scheme to guarantee provenance of green hydrogen produced in Australia and prevent “green-washing” in the booming new industry.