Consumers might get paid to have batteries that will “island” from the grid, and EVs that can deliver power when needed, as part of plans to make networks more resilient.
Blockchain technology from Australia’s Power Ledger is on the cusp of rolling out in North American markets through US electricity supplier American PowerNet.
Swedish furniture giant set to begin work on an industry-leading, grid-connected commercial solar and battery microgrid based on its Adelaide store.
New data shows September has delivered UQ Powerpack battery system’s second highest revenue to date. But there’s more to the story…
Energy Renaissance says it will start building $28m, solar powered Renaissance One lithium-ion battery plant within weeks in Tomago.
Ground-breaking solar, battery and gas microgrid built to power remote W.A. gold mine is complete and cutting fossil fuel consumption by up to 13%.
Energy efficiency markets volatile as proposed scheme changes and Covid-19 wreak havoc.
With a massive, Covid-sized hole in Treasury’s pocket, there has never been a better time for Australia to hitch its wagon to the fast flowing currents of electrification.
Energy Networks Australia’s Gas Vision 2050 update study claims net-zero emissions can be reached with hydrogen at half the cost of electrification. But it’s a fragile claim.
Rather than putting our focus on regulation which looks at safety, reliability and market mechanisms, we need to turn our attention towards innovation as our solution.