Construction has begun on the Viking Link infrastructure project in what will feature the world’s longest sub-sea cable linking Denmark and UK grids.
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Renewable Energy Developments plans to build an 80MW solar farm in Parkes, NSW, given the green light by the state planning department.
Just months after opening Australian orders for its 500W PV module, Trina Solar has made the leap into the 600-club, with the launch of its 600W Vertex series.
Adding battery storage to 70MW solar PV plant planned for development in South Australia would more or less triple the project's annual revenue, a new report says.
The electric hatch is being plugged as perfect for city dwellers and it has just arrived in Australia. So how does it drive?
Gas companies dominate the shortlist of seven projects seeking a share of $70m in ARENA funding for renewable hydrogen production facilities.
Australia's rooftop solar capacity is set to be 25 times bigger than the grid’s biggest remaining coal generators by 2025. But currently, no one is overseeing this huge resource.
Solar PV is being installed faster than everything else put together (fossil, nuclear, and other renewables not counting wind) on the rooftops of homes and businesses, and in large-scale ground mounted arrays.
Energy Security Board faces uncertain future, as does policy transparency as energy ministers meet under new 'confidential' national cabinet rules for first time.