World-first solar train - running with its own solar and battery storage - to be launched in Byron Bay on Saturday.
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Westpac says at least 20 big companies are tendering for wind and solar plants as they look to bypass soaring grid costs and look for self-generation.
Audit office slams Australia's CCS funding programs, saying $450 million spent, and nothing achieved: Not a single tonne of CO2 saved, no technology ready for deployment, from a scheme that has been a governance catastrophe.
The solar, wind, battery, and electric car “miracles” have gone mainstream.
CEFC notches up 1 gigawatt of big solar investment across Australia, after committing another $207m to two new projects in Victoria and Queensland.
As Australia's competition regulator and national consumer law champion, it beggars belief that the ACCC continues to pander to the gas cartel.
A 420MW unit at Liddell coal generator is out of action and won't be available for most of summer; a 700MW unit at Mt Piper also failed, and two other big coal units tripped in the first week of the summer heatwave.
A 420MW unit at Liddell coal generator is out of action and won't be available for most of summer, while a 700MW unit at Mt Piper coal generator has also been withdrawn due to tube leaks.
Regulator finally approves demand management incentive scheme, encouraging networks to invest in battery storage and micro-grids, rather than poles and wires. Had it come a decade earlier, it might have negated the climate and energy wars.
The results of the federal government’s latest Emissions Reduction Fund auction have been released, revealing the purchase of nearly 8 million tonnes of carbon abatement for $104 million.