The performance rankings for Australia’s wind and solar farms in the the month of May threw up a few surprises, as Broken Hill finally threw off its constraints.
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Major global bank HSBC finds that climate friendly investments have significantly outperformed global markets amid Covid-19 disruptions.
Long range electric vehicles such as the Model 3 are transforming the auto market but are also changing how energy utility providers need to respond.
The relatively unpredictable nature of cloud formation causes short-term variability of solar PV output. There are several ways this can be managed.
The Tesla big battery has reshaped thinking about a renewables grid – it has cut prices, kept the lights on and has yet more tricks up its sleeve.
Risen Energy has completed the construction of the 100 megawatt AC Yarranlea Solar Farm and achieved network registration with Australian Energy Market Operator on January 3.
AEMO convenes meeting with wind and solar project developers frustrated by constraints and connection delays in western Victoria and NSW.
AEMO warns solar project owners that constraints and delays may be long lasting as it seeks a solution to issues “unprecedented in any power system.”
Restrictions on four Victorian large-scale solar farms in mid-September have taken 150MW of solar capacity out of the system and is costing more than $1m lost revenue per day.
Rooftop solar has unveiled voltage issues in the grid, but is not necessarily the cause. A new study shows how it can help address these voltage issues.