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New South Wales Moves Forward with Hydrogen Plans
New South Wales has taken a step forward with its plans for a green hydrogen industry as the Australian state on Thursday passed the Electricity Investment Bill.
Energy Storage Battery
5 MW/7.5 MWh Li-ion Battery to Provide Network Services in Australia
Spanish storage specialist E22 is now working on its first project in Australia – a 5 MW/7.5 MW Li-ion battery in Victoria that will provide AusNet with network services during periods of summer congestion.
More than 60 Australian Coal-Carrying Ships Kept Waiting to Unload off Ports in China
Labor presses Coalition to explain what it knows about delays as pricing agency says Beijing appears to be ‘singling out’ Australian imports
Solar Power Plant
Australia’s Ambitious $16 Billion Solar Project Will Be The World’s Biggest
The world’s most ambitious renewable energy project to date is the proposed Australia–ASEAN Power Link.
Australian Startup to Install Micro Wind Turbines for Telcos
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency is supporting a project designed to ensure energy reliability for telecommunications companies.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
LAVO and Nedstack to Localise Fuel Cell Production in Australia
Australian technology and lifestyle company LAVO and Nedstack will localise the production of Nedstack fuel cell production technology in Australia as part of a new partnership.
Rooftop PV System
Australian Rooftop PV Safety Standards Under Fire in New Report
Australia’s rooftop solar market is expected to add almost 3 GW of new installations in 2020, but Enphase Energy has warned that there are risks associated with enormous uptake.
AEMC Advances New Rule to Stop Wind and Solar Farms Cutting Output without Notice
New rules have been put forward by the Australian Energy Market Commission that could prevent wind and solar projects from reducing their output, without first notifying market operators, under a draft rule that seeks to see renewable energy plants.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Next-Generation Toyota Mirai Confirmed for Australia
Toyota Australia has today confirmed it will deliver the next-generation hydrogen-powered Mirai to select business and government fleets from the first quarter of 2021.
Rooftop PV System
Victoria Offers Additional Rebates for Rooftop Solar and Home Battery Installations
The Australian state of Victoria has doubled down on its rooftop solar and home battery subsidy programme as part of a drive to help households cover the cost of their power bills while making properties more energy efficient.
Virtual power plant
Social Energy Takes Its Solar Plus Storage Offering to Australia with Duracell
UK based smart energy technology provider Social Energy has expanded into Australia with a new solar and storage offer in its first step outside its home market.
Western Australia’s 5000MW Renewable Hydrogen Project Moves Forward
Hydrogen Renewables Australia has made progress on its 5000MW Murchison Renewable Hydrogen Project, by announcing a partnership with fund managers Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners.
Net Zero Emission
Australia’s State-Based Race to Zero Emissions has Officially Kicked Off
It would be easy to describe Australia’s government as being backed into a corner on climate, but it’s not quite accurate.
QLD Establishes Ministry for Hydrogen as Australia moves Ahead in the Global Race for Hydrogen
In an Australian first, newly re-elected Premier of Queensland Annastacia Palaszczuk has established a ministry for hydrogen in her new government.
Beach Hits Gas in First Victorian Otway Campaign Well
This is the company’s first exploration well in the Victorian Otway program.
China's SPIC Buys Mexican Renewable Power Firm Zuma Energia
Proposed $16B Project Combines World’s Largest PV Farm, Largest Battery, Longest Undersea HVDC Cable
Renewables Infrastructure Group Acquires Stake in East Anglia One Wind Farm
Total Completes Acquisition of 2k EV Charging Stations in Germany
Cities and Community Investment in Smart Energy to Hit $64 billion by 2030
How Biden’s Win Affects Commodities Hit by Trade Wars, Tariffs