The Federal Government will make changes to the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) to allow businesses to take advantage of...
Voluntary carbon credits are moving toward greater standardization and taking the form of traditional commodities, with speculative capital potentially...
Singapore-based Pavilion Energy is building an emission business that taps carbon offsets initially to drive decarbonization across the LNG...
S&P Global Platts Future Energy Outlooks Special Report: Skyrocketing Battery Metal Prices Could Pump Brakes on Surging EV Auto SalesAndie James Uncategorized, Electric Vehicles, Energy Transition, Sustainability 0
Battery costs comprise a significant portion of the cost of an EV. Platts estimates battery costs typically constitute 25-30%...
South Australia has recorded an Australian-first solar energy milestone, with the state’s energy needs being 100 per cent solar...
How to mitigate risk and overcome challenges of medium voltage equipment in small-scale utility projectsEliza Booth Electricity, Networks, Sponsored Editorial, Uncategorized 0
Network conditions have impacted the large-scale solar industry around Australia and have caused significant delays in the connection approval...
While there is certainly interest surrounding the uptake of electric vehicles (EV) in Australia, the technology is facing a...
by Alan Reid, Head of Business Relations, Reposit Power As Australia’s energy network continues to evolve in response to...
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The Australian Energy Market Commission has announced a new draft rule designed to gather more nuanced data about the availability of generators in the future.
Transgrid has published a report on the Broken Hill renewable mini-grid project, identifying a preferred back-up power supplier.
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The City of Greater Bendigo in Victoria and Stirling in Western Australia are tackling climate change by investing in solar power.
The Alice Springs Future Grid project has partnered with Charles Darwin University (CDU) to test the capacity of solar inverters to provide support services to the electricity grid.
Horizon has entered a three-year partnership to deliver infrastructure and technology to create a smart network in the East Kimberley region of northern Western Australia.
New online tool improving service and meter installation rates May 26, 2022
People can now track when their electrician will arrive to install their new ele...
Latest tracker showcases at Intersolar Europe 2022 May 26, 2022
Held on 11–13 May, Intersolar Europe 2022, the world’s leading exhibition fo...
Make your BESS ready for the smart grid May 4, 2022
System integrators for battery energy storage systems often have to network comp...
LPG Delivers A Cleaner Energy Option May 3, 2022
LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) could lead us into a lower emissions future. Why? ...
Improving network interconnectivity for a sustainable energy future May 3, 2022
Bernard Norton, Country Managing Director, Hitachi Energy, Australia As electric...
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