Tesla argues for energy market reforms to be accelerated as Aus
Articles from Renew Economy
May was a big month for solar power announcements in Africa - led by a 4GW solar proposal in Algeria - but coal projects are causing headaches.
National governments must play a more hands-on role in managing the economic response to climate change, according to Covid-19 response advisor Andrew Liveris.
Major energy incumbents push for an even longer delay to 5-minute settlement rule, as old technologies line up against new in a crucial stepping stone to clean energy transition.
US investment bank expects renewables spending to overtake oil and gas in 2021 for first time in history, presenting total investment opportunity of up to $US16trn by 2030.
The ongoing patent dispute saga between four leading solar panel manufacturers continues, with Hanwha Q-Cells winning an infringement case in Germany.
South Australia is breaking new ground in the share of solar and management of the grid. And a cautious market operator wants to be able to switch off rooftop solar if needed.
New SonnenBatterie 10 home energy storage range unveiled in Germany, including a three-phase "islanding" solution that turns a home into a solar "power station" if the grid fails.
South Australia to fast-track new link to NSW, and allow rooftop solar to be "shed" by market operator as it faces becoming first gigawatt scale grid in world to face zero operational demand.
Tesla big battery at Hornsdale gets regulatory green light for expansion of what is already the world's biggest lithium ion battery, and a crucial component of South Australia's net 100% renewables plan.