The Morrison government is expected to sign off on a new gas fired generator in the Hunter, ignoring critics who argue there’s no clear need for it.
AEMC dumps “do no harm” rule that caused chaos in the grid and forced many wind and solar farms to install expensive machinery.
I’ve seen lots of demergers and most have been more or less successful at creating value. AGL’s effort so far is a case study in how to stuff it up.
Alinta plans to build a 100MW big battery next to its Wagerup peaking gas and diesel plant, the second big battery to be built in Western Australia’s main grid.
Audrey Zibelman cites Australian bushfire experience as she signs up the US and UK to global program to invest in smarter renewable grids.
Ausgrid deploys second community energy battery in Sydney suburb of Bankstown as part of two year trial.
New rules will create a market that favours the fast response of battery storage, wind and solar plants, helping the transition away from coal and gas generators.
AGL CEO Brett Redman resigns with immediate effect, just as the country’s biggest coal generator wrestles with complexity of splitting its business in two.
Queensland’s state-owned energy generator may put its two coal plants on “standby” mode as more renewables come onto the grid.
AGL, Origin and EnergyAustralia all back decision to ignore Morrison’s ‘gas led recovery’ in next Integrated System Plan.