AGL Energy, Trasngrid among energy majors to join auto companies and others to form Electric Vehicle Council, as pressure mounts for better policy support for EV uptake.
Kangaroo Island loses first-of-kind protest against network decision, but regulator flags changes to favour decentralised options.
Victoria’s biggest network operator says future grid will be dominated by wind and solar, with some communities looking at 100% renewables options.
Infigen today announced several key changes to the Infigen management team to support the company’s growth strategy.
Executive General Manager, Energy Markets, Stephen Mikkelsen, would be leaving his role at AGL after 11 years of service both in his current role and, formerly, as Chief Financial Officer.
Eight homes successfully separated from main electricity grid and operated as stand-alone solar and battery storage powered mini-grid, in Melbourne trial.
US utility that’s been powering its customers with coal for half a century has decided the best version of its future self is entirely coal-free.
BNEF says grid-based battery storage already very much in the money in Australia. It is a stunning cost fall that has caused AGL to reassess the future and join the CSIRO and the network owners in talking about 100 per cent renewable energy scenarios by 2030.
Qld solar and storage trial goes into third phase, with new retail product – Tariff 14 – designed to help guide customer energy consumption.
New head of AEMO says South Australia’s system black was a wake up call for all in the energy industry, and says holding on to old business models is “insane”. She is also pushing for changes in market rules, including 5-minute settlement, which she says will make solar and wind “highly predictable.”