The latest IRENA data shows that Australia is in the number two spot of new renewables per person and number one spot for installed solar PV.
ClearVue Technologies launches “world-first” solar greenhouse, to demonstrate both its integrated PV tech and its potential to advance agricultural research.
Another near disaster in mid-April was the result of a lot of thermal generation – coal, gas and nuclear – being offline for maintenance, not renewables performing poorly.
Morrison’s latest energy deal will deliver gas that South Australia doesn’t need any more, but could hasten shift to renewables in that state.
Energy giant RWE strikes hydrogen trading deal with H2U that could see a South Australia facility expand to 1.5GW and deliver green hydrogen to Germany.
Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute achieves record conversion efficiency for both-sides contacted silicon solar cells, the industry standard for solar cell production.
A “precariously” dangled shipping container said to have endangered the lives of workers at the 189MW Suntop solar farm in New South Wales is being investigated.
Melbourne-based “solar hydro” tech company gets new investment from equity partner Photon, to boost plans for 100MW/1,000MWh solar + storage project.
As rooftop solar installations set new records, new protocols are governing what and when is being generated and consumed in the home.
Trading halted in Tilt Renewables as company flags potential higher bid than the agreed $2.75 billion offer from a consortium led by AGL.