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Category: Renewables

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Are solar panels a middle-class purchase? This survey says yes

Are solar panels a middle-class purchase? This survey says yes

Households most likely to join in the solar spree are affluent enough to afford upfront investment, but not so much to not worry about future power bills.

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How Horizon Power are developing their microgrid capability

How Horizon Power are developing their microgrid capability

The battery – which is capable of generating 2 MW of power for one hour – will be used to optimise spinning reserve and is expected to save hundreds of thousands in maintenance and fuel costs in the process.

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Lightsource BP turns sights on Australia residential solar and battery market

Lightsource BP turns sights on Australia residential solar and battery market

Light source BP has unveiled plans to offer no-deposit rooftop solar and battery storage packages to Australian households.

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Investors to make hay from sunshine

Investors to make hay from sunshine

Investors are about to get unparalleled access to the best clean technology start-ups in Australia thanks to a new angel investment group launched by EnergyLab.

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India doubles down on renewables as coal left idle by cheaper solar

India doubles down on renewables as coal left idle by cheaper solar

Falling costs of wind and solar in Indian auctions leaves big coal plant idle and inspires government to significantly lift its renewables targets.

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New centre to drive energy policy in Victoria

New centre to drive energy policy in Victoria

The Andrews Labor Government is backing a new energy policy centre to help drive reform, and ensure Victoria’s energy system remains reliable, affordable and increasingly sustainable.

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Windlab achieves first ever environmental approval for a wind farm in Tanzania

Windlab achieves first ever environmental approval for a wind farm in Tanzania

Windlab has been awarded an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) Certificate for the construction of the Miombo Hewani Wind Farm and Transmission line project.

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Solar 2.0: PV and storage deals show signs of rapid energy transition

Solar 2.0: PV and storage deals show signs of rapid energy transition

China, Gupta, storage. This past week has seen landmark developments that signal the pace of the energy transition is gathering speed, with huge implications for consumers (mostly good) and incumbent utilities (mostly not so good).

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Canola oil processing to be powered with bioenergy

Canola oil processing to be powered with bioenergy

On behalf of the Australian Government, ARENA is providing $2 million in funding to MSM Milling Pty Ltd to help switch its LPG gas fired boilers to a biomass fuelled boiler.

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GreenSync welcomes new Chairman Mark Woodall

GreenSync welcomes new Chairman Mark Woodall

GreenSync is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Woodall as Chairman of the board, effective immediately.

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Victoria's newest wind farm starts production to the grid

Victoria’s newest wind farm starts production to the grid

Victoria’s newest wind farm – Salt Creek – has begun exporting to the grid.