The AEMC’s transmission pricing proposal will ultimately hurt and disincentivise investment in wind and solar in Australia.
CEFC strikes $125m deal with TransGrid to deliver new network infrastructure, helping to fund Snowy 2.0’s connection to the main grid.
Ausgrid opens tender for stand alone power systems as networks begin process of taking costly regional customers off the grid.
Origin Energy flags plans for huge 300MW electrolyser in Townsville, more than 36,000 tonnes of green hydrogen a year for export, and up to five big batteries.
AGL flags another big battery with up to four hours storage, this time in Victoria at the Loy Yang A brown coal generator.
Queensland zinc refinery Sun Metals commits to 100 per cent renewables, and will reach 80 per cent by 2030 in what is considered a turning point for Australia.
Solar and wind projects in NSW and Victoria warned of further constraints after modelling by Transgrid discovered new risk of “voltage collapse” in region.
The proposed Arrowsmith green hydrogen project partners with Western Power to complete studies on potential transmission link for the project.
AGL faces years of declining profits, so perhaps it is time to consider a split of the company into two, clean and thermal.
AGL trial, backed by ARENA, will be first to use privately owned electric vehicles to power homes and put energy back into the grid.