New data shows Australians installed of more than 31,000 battery energy storage systems around the country in 2020, a 20 per cent jump on numbers in 2019.
Sydney start-up UPowr to apply behavioural science techniques in study into how to boost participation in solar and storage orchestration initiatives.
European homes need heat. And the cheapest, lowest emissions way to get there is to use heat pumps powered by renewable electricity.
New calculations show the 2028 exit of Yallourn from Victoria’s electricity mix could be fully offset by home energy saving measures recently funded by the state government.
NSW government ramps up targets under its Energy Saving Scheme, that could deliver substantial energy savings for households and businesses.
South Australia to seek new standards to allow smarter control over major household appliances and hot water systems, including EV charging, air-con and pool pumps.
As coal generators exit the grid, Australia is going to have to focus on flexibility in the market, and harnessing distributed resources.
The town of Heyfield 200km east of Melbourne will be the guinea pig for new microgrid technology in a study led by UTS.
AEMO told not to ignore the emerging role of ‘prosumers’, as it tries to get ahead of the technical challenges of the energy market transition.
More rapidly deployable standalone power systems are set to be rolled out across Western Australia, as part of a new joint venture aiming to slash network maintenance costs.