An historical court ruling in Germany has translated into notably ambitious new targets. But does it have the tech, the will and the policy to get it done?
Taylor promises $15 million to Darwin big battery, which is designed to support more solar and cut gas generation, and more funds for renewable micro-grids.
Queensland’s state Labor government joins Victoria’s in indicating it won’t back a move to tax solar households for electricity sent to the grid.
Edify Energy kick-starts is ambitions for large-scale green hydrogen production, lodging development applications for 10MW plant near Townsville.
Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance seeks buyers or partners for its Australian solar and battery projects as it re-emerges from wreckage of Greensill collapse.
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A new study shows that the vast majority of US coal plants are already more expensive to run than building new solar and wind, and that’s accelerating.
ASX-listed New Energy Solar says it’s on track to exit Australian market by mid year, with negotiations with buyers for local solar farms well progressed.
UK researchers say vertical axis wind turbines could prove to be more efficient than the current standard horizontal axis, propellor style machines.
Australia can expect days of 100 per cent renewables with increasing regularity, as market share of wind and solar grows, ESB chair says.