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Category: Smart Energy

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Shell buys in to fund battery company sonnen's Australian expansion

Shell buys in to fund battery company sonnen’s Australian expansion

Sonnen closes $95m financing round led by Shell Ventures, which will help fund expansion in Australia, and closer ties on EV charging and virtual power plants.

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Sadiq Khan

Mayor Khan out to make London greenest city in the world


London Mayor presented his Environment Strategy last week, setting out his vision to make it the greenest city in the world.

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Nissan drives into home solar and battery storage market

Nissan drives into home solar and battery storage market

Automaker behind world’s best selling EV unveils Nissan Energy Solar – a home solar, storage, smart control package – including 2nd-hand EV batteries.

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Solar and battery microgrid nears completion at NT Air Force site

Solar and battery microgrid nears completion at NT Air Force site

Carnegie Clean Energy says Delamere Air Weapons Range solar and storage microgrid is nearly complete, and ready to cut the facility’s diesel use by 61%.

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Budweiser switches to Hydrogen trucks – what about Carlton United?

Budweiser switches to Hydrogen trucks – what about Carlton United?

Anheuser-Busch , the largest brewer in the USA have placed an order for 800 Hydrogen-Fuel-Cell EV trucks. Will Foster’s follow?

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Townsville resort bets big on solar, efficiency

Townsville resort bets big on solar, efficiency

A luxury resort in Townsville in Queensland’s north is looking to cut its grid power consumption by up to 70 per cent, through a suite of cutting edge renewable energy and energy efficiency upgrades.

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How blockchain can reshape and re-build Peurto Rico's grid

How blockchain can reshape and re-build Peurto Rico’s grid

If climate change is an antagonist, resilient infrastructure is the hero and the lack of political will and imagination the antihero.

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SolarEdge shifts focus to "shared energy economy" with new grid services solution

SolarEdge shifts focus to “shared energy economy” with new grid services solution

SolarEdge takes major step towards making distributed solar power “ubiquitous,” with the launch of a new grid services product.

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A new win-win solar solution for renters and landlords

A new win-win solar solution for renters and landlords

A new initiative that allows both renters and landlords to cash in on the benefits of rooftop solar energy has been unveiled for Victoria.

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Renewable Energy Market Report: New contracts emerge

Renewable Energy Market Report: New contracts emerge

Trade volumes remain subdued, while a range of new financial instruments have emerged to assist the rise of renewable energy projects. The STC market enjoyed solid pricing across April.

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Better to be long renewables than be short

Better to be long renewables than be short

Coalition’s emissions target makes Australia’s grid barely cleaner than a coal generator. Happily, the states will clean up, but Snowy Hydro needs to lift its game.