French oil and gas supermajor teams with Google Cloud to develop ‘Solar Mapper’, a digital tool that uses satellite imagery and AI to mine the solar potential of houses.
UK researchers find that designing solar cells with checkerboard lines could increase their ability to absorb light by 125% and reduce costs.
Solar power met 100 per cent of South Australia’s demand on Sunday for the first time. It won’t be the last.
An Energy Queensland network trial focusing on accommodating more, and smarter commercial solar has quietly shown the way on how it may work for consumers.
“Amazing.” Rooftop solar installations are surging to record levels in most states, pointing to a 3GW number for the whole year.
New South Wales joins renewable record spree with combination of solar and wind briefly delivering more than half the state’s electricity needs for the first time.
SunDrive Solar’s high efficiency solar cell technology moves a step closer to being manufactured in Australia at scale after winning $3m ARENA grant.
Trials in South Australia and Victoria to test “dynamic exports”, giving power to networks to manage rooftop solar exports and removing static export limits.
Installers blamed for rooftop PV failures when bushfires separated grids, but coal plants also did the opposite of what was required and even the Hornsdale battery missed its mark.
Concerns of Tony Abbott-style renewable energy witch hunt stoked again with release of terms of reference for federal government review into rooftop solar sector.