The Murchison Renewable Hydrogen Project proposes to produce green hydrogen via a large-scale combined solar and wind farm generating up to 5000 MW.
Ten public buildings in Yackandandah, Victoria have switched to solar, taking the town another step closer to reaching its 100% renewable energy target.
As WA's solar feed-in tariffs start to disappear, Western Australians are increasingly seeking the benefits of new-generation batteries.
The Clean Energy Regulator says Australia will meet its large-scale renewable energy target in 2020.
Lithium Australia has developed a technology that produces a range of high-purity lithium battery chemicals from spodumene feeds, without the need for roasting.
The Clean Energy Council has highlighted that investment in renewable energy projects has plunged to levels not seen since Tony Abbott was Prime Minister.
Following discussions with the Smart Energy Council, the Victorian Government has announced an additional 23,000 rebates for this financial year under the Solar Homes Program.
Selectronic has added the SMPC480 3.5 kW model to its SP PRO Series 2i range to cater to the growing demand for smaller scale battery storage systems.
A new industry exhibition is launching in 2020, focusing on the latest in renewable energy and energy efficiency technology.
Researchers from the Fraunhofer IKTS have developed pliable, textile-based solar cells that could add a new dimension to photovoltaic energy generation.
The Victorian solar industry has called on the Premier to urgently reform the Solar Homes program, saying that the monthly cap is damaging businesses.
A researcher from the University of South Australia has developed a calculation that determines when it makes economic sense to invest in battery storage.
Construction of the Risen Energy (Australia) Merredin Solar Farm in WA is well underway, with bulk earthworks preparing the site for solar panel installation and substation equipment.
Standards Australia is developing a national installation standard for battery storage devices, producing a draft via the consensus-based standards development process.
MFB's four-bay, outdoor shelters allow people in remote regions of Queensland to communicate via the state's trunk two-way radio network.