Adelaide strikes energy offtake deal with Flow Power to source 100% renewables – from 1 July 2020, “if it’s run by the City of Adelaide, it’s being powered by renewable electricity.”
Australian companies committed to 100% renewables now represent almost 25% of the value of the ASX, but there’s plenty of room for improvement.
Melbourne Renewable Energy Project releases second tender, combining purchasing power of seven large energy users to source 113GWh a year of Victorian solar or wind.
Corporate energy users have supported 5.2GW of new renewable energy capacity and procured nearly 2.3GW of mostly solar and wind powered electricity, new report shows.
French energy giant flags plans to ramp up development of large-scale wind and solar development in Australia via a purpose built investment fund.
The City of Sydney has struck a landmark deal worth $60 million to power all of the council’s operations with 100 per cent renewable electricity.
Coles becomes first major Australian retailer to strike a renewbles PPA, in a deal that will supply 10% of its power needs and set three proposed solar farms under construction in regional NSW by next month.
Molycop Australia inks solar and wind PPA with Flow Power, to cover more than half its NSW electricity needs and tap into the demand response market.
Los Angeles deal for 400MW solar + 400MW/800MWh battery plant set to lock in prices of under 2c/kWh for PV, $1.3c/kWh for stored power.
Part of the massive Victorian wind farm that will help supply Australian packaging giant Orora with 80% renewables is now sending power to the grid.