China has laid out plans to drive the development of subsidy-free wind and solar projects across the country in an effort to push the technologies to grid parity.
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As Australian swelters through another record-breaking heatwave, a cautionary tale unfolds in the state of California, where major utility PG&E faces bankruptcy, as the poster child for climate-change dangers.
The climate data for 2018 is now mostly in, though the ongoing shutdown of the US government has caused some datasets to be delayed.
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Nine years ago, Britain generated nearly 75% of its electricity using natural gas and coal. In 2018, this has dropped to under 45%.
Northern Territory government to build construction two new solar farms, totalling 20MW of capacity – a move it says will "catapult" its renewables share to 10% by year’s end.
LONGi Solar has achieved a new monocrystalline silicon PERC world record conversion efficiency using commercial wafer (M2) dimensions that exceeds 24% for the first time, according to tests carried out by the National Center of Supervision and Inspection on Solar Photovoltaic Product Quality (CPVT) in
Impact Investment Group reopens Solar Asset Fund to new investment, to coincide with start of construction on one of its assets – the 35MW Brigalow Solar Farm in Queensland.
The 275MW Darlington Point Solar Farm will begin construction "shortly" after reaching financial close and sealing a power off-take deal with Trevor St Baker's Delta Electricity.
The 30 MW/8MWh big battery installed at the Dalrymple substation on SA's Yorke Peninsula is live, connected to the national grid, and charging up, says ARENA.
Leading south-east Asian renewables developer, Sunseap Group, has dipped its toe into Australia’s booming commercial PV market, taking a small share in leading installer Todae Solar.