Former boss of Territory Generation and electrical union settle defamation case arising from Alice Springs blackouts and simmering tension in NT grid.
Regulatory agencies differ on whether small batteries should pay network charges when they withdraw electricity from the grid.
Last mile networks are much more valuable than our biggest generators. We need to rethink pricing and regulations to get the best out of distributed energy.
ESB chief Kerry Schott plays down concerns around proposed ‘capacity mechanism’ telling forum its not designed to keep coal operating.
Australia’s rooftop solar industry is bracing for a major regulatory overhaul, including on how companies and equipment qualify for the national rebate scheme.
EnergyAustralia seeks a partner for the massive Wooreen big battery in Victoria, part of its plans to replace the Yallourn brown coal generator.
New renewables developer emerges in Australia with ready made portfolio of 10 wind, solar and battery storage projects.
An “overheating incident” at California’s Moss Landing Battery Energy Storage facility has taken the 300MW/1200MWh first phase of the project out of service.
Tesla calls for storage target of 20GW to help ensure enough dispatchable capacity is built to support a grid dominated by wind and solar.
New report questions assumptions over costs and benefits of new transmission link for Snowy 2.0, and why consumers will be lumped with the cost.