UTS study finds increase in wind power is lowering electricity prices, but also leading to higher price volatility.
Global gold miner says it’s looking to “bolt-on” renewables at more of its Western Australian mining operations, including the addition of wind turbines at Granny Smith.
As Australia’s installed wind capacity rises, wind farms generating more than brown coal plants will happen reasonably often. And this dynamic is only heading in one direction.
US wind power prices driven below $20/MWh as the end of Federal tax credits and Trump’s trade war looms over US energy economy.
After reaching 65% renewables earlier this month, Germany soared past that to 72.4 per cent last week, with wind power accounting for most of it.
Cumulative global wind capacity reaches 591GW after 46.8GW of new onshore wind and 4.49GW of new offshore wind was installed around the world in 2018.
Ørsted’s decision to further expand its developmental reach to Japan is unsurprising, the decision by TEPCO is of more interest.
Nexif reaches financial close on stage two of 212MW Lincoln Gap Wind Farm, near Port August in SA. The renewables hub will host the state’s third big battery, and possibly solar, too.
On top of the fact that it is astoundingly expensive, a number of cultural realities lie behind the problems being experienced by nuclear power.
Study finds wind power set to become more productive and cheaper in Australia’s southern states, even with climate change. Queensland, however, might want to focus on solar.