In the first of our Energy Transformed podcasts series we take a deep dive into the different roles battery storage can play in the energy market.
Renewables reach a record share of demand in Australia’s main grid on Sunday, with wind and solar alone providing 57 per cent just before noon.
Sean McGoldrick, the new head of Tasmania Networks, on the renewables, battery, and hydrogen possibilities for the island state.
Australia has a chance to set up its own solar manufacturing industry after new benchmark in solar cell efficiency.
Rooftop solar sends operational demand to a record low in NSW, the state grid with the heaviest dependence on coal.
Greg Hannan, the head strategy at three Victoria network owners, on why batteries will be hanging from poles, and the need for more storage.
Australia has easily beaten its previous record for the share of renewables on its main grid, and set a new record for the share of wind and solar.
Benoy Thanjan, CEO and founder of Reneu Energy and host of the Solar Mavericks Podcast, spells out the similarities and the stark differences in how Australia and the US are adopting solar.
Engie’s head of green mobility in Australia on the company’s plans to be a major supplier of EV chargers and its interest in V2G.
Rooftop solar sends minimum “operational demand” to a new low in WA’s main grid, some 10 per cent below the previous benchmark.