Can Australia reach 50% renewables without compromising grid stability? The experts – and even the major energy stakeholders of business and industry – all say yes. We’re just waiting on the right policy.
Sundrop Farms and Nectar Farms have turned to wind, solar and battery storage to underpin their push for controlled “vertical farms”.
There are calls for strong action, including criminal prosecution, following a fatal accident involving an Uber self-driving car
On top of the fact that it is astoundingly expensive, a number of cultural realities lie behind the problems being experienced by nuclear power.
In final installment of series, we consider improving efficient and productive use of electricity, and the effect this might have on national emissions.
The vision to set new standards for cost-competitive renewable heat and power production became a reality today with the official opening of a revolutionary green energy facility in Denmark.
Carnegie wins NERA funding to integrate solar PV and storage at the Blacktip Wellhead Platform in the Southern Bonaparte Basin.
Strong winds and offshore wind farms helped deliver record 39.6% of UK electricity on Sunday morning.
EPYC withdraws application to develop 54 turbine wind farm in NSW, after two planning department rejections and 400 community objections.
Election of Steve Marshall – and expectation he will be a vassal of Coalition in Canberra – likely to do more damage to country’s renewable energy transition than that of his state. Jay Weatherill will be missed, but he leaves SA with huge momentum.
In part two of three-part series, we consider the question of firming variable renewable generation.