Australia has the highest per capita penetration of solar PV in the world. It’s arguably the cheapest form of electricity the world has ever seen, but that does not mean it is always the highest value. Join us to hear about the prospects for utility-scale solar in Australia.
Why rooftop solar will be dominant feature of grid within 5 years. And we speak to Autonomous Energy over recent buyout.
Plans to establish a renewable hydrogen hub in South Australia’s Whyalla region gain ground with a site locked in for the first of three solar and big battery projects.
Australian solar investor New Energy Solar warns that global factors could see solar project costs rise for the first time in a decade.
MPower’s plans to build, own and operate up to 20 small solar farms of 5MW each is starting to bear fruit, with purchase agreements locked in for two project sites.
Victoria puts call out for another 600MW of new, large-scale renewable energy capacity, with the launch of its second VRET auction.
New Energy Solar says curtailment issues complicated its exit from Australian market, particularly at Manildra solar farm where output fell 40pct.
Sale-based Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation seeks EPC contractors to develop 4.9MW solar project on farmland in Victoria.
Rooftop solar is going to fundamentally change the grid, AEMO says, and push operational demand down to lows never contemplated before.
AEMO says there is enough new renewables and other generation entering the grid to cover any supply shortfalls, although coal is becoming less reliable.