Alinta CEO Jeff Dimery on record profits, record low prices for wind energy, the economics of battery storage and the early exit of coal generators.
Snowy Hydro’s Gordon Wymer goes into the fine details of the proposed Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro scheme. Plus, the regulator’s power play on wind farms.
Nissan has released its next generation Leaf electric vehicle, with twice the range and the chance to power the home. We take it for a drive.
The big talking point at Clean Energy Summit was the absence of the Coalition government and the lack of network planning. Meanwhile, Lily D’Ambrosio defends solar rebate.
Some in the solar industry are so frustrated they’d prefer the Victoria government to ditch the solar rebate rather than carry on as is. A few modifications would end the pain.
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.