Nearly two decades after it was first proposed, demand response is to finally become a part of Australia’s electricity market. Craig Memery, from PIAC explains. Plus: Queensland finally delivers.
André Borschberg co-piloted the Solar Impulse plane that went round the world on solar power only. He says the future of flight is electric, from passenger planes to intra-city flying pods.
As solar industry calls for public protest against Victoria solar plan, we talk to Solar Victoria boss Stan Krpan about the scheme’s design.
Eytan Lenko, chair of Beyond Zero Emissions, explains why governments, suppliers, developers, and financiers are getting behind proposals for the world’s biggest solar project in the N.T.
Australia now has half a dozen large batteries operating or nearing completion on the grid. Where to now? We talk to Fluence business development head Jaad Cabbabe.
Solar Insiders resumes after a holiday break, with a reminder of why we want emissions free power, examples of 90% solar penetration, and a question over what Victoria does next.
Rottnest wind turbine stands alone but its influence goes far beyond Perth’s holiday playground. It turned Tony Abbott against wind energy. We find out why.
The mining industry is going green – at least in its electricity supply. A special “live” podcast from the Energy and Mines conference in Perth.
Victoria outlines plan for rooftop solar and battery storage scheme, while the regulator cracks down on dodgy trading in certificates.
You know electric vehicles are entering the mainstream when they form a major highlight of solar expos. Nigel Morris tells us what he found at Munich’s Intersolar event.