Spanish energy giant Iberdrola says it will have 95GW of wind and solar capacity by the end of the decade, and another 900MW in Australia by 2025.
The reporting over the Texas blackout gives a hint at what might be in store from Australia’s new media code, and the boost it could give to fake climate and energy news.
Did you know that Texas isn’t even that great a performer in terms of proportion of wind power? Here’s every state that’s better!
Turnbull will chair the Australian operation of Forrest’s wildly ambitious plan to build 1,000GW of renewable capacity around the world.
Queensland government owned Stanwell Corporation calls for offers of new wind and solar investment opportunities.
Poles and wires owner Spark Infrastructure will continue its foray into generation with a string of new renewable energy projects.
Did Texas’ wind turbines fail during the blackout? No. The deeper problem was a lack of planning and good investment, and the dangers of relying on gas.
An investment in major transmission lines linking Australia’s best wind and solar resources could deliver reliable and cheap and clean electricity.
Number of battery storage and hydrogen electrolyser projects in Australia soared in 2020, rivalling that of solar PV and wind energy as developers bet on a rapid transition to renewables.
Neoen’s Tesla big battery at Hornsdale grew by 50 per cent last year, but its fourth quarter revenues shrank due to increased competition in the market.