The Labor Party's $1.14 billion National Hydrogen Plan, which aims to position Australia as a leader in the hydrogen industry, has largely been met with support.
Signal Energy Australia will be working alongside Canadian Solar to provide EPC services for the 175 MW Finley Solar Plant in New South Wales.
Researchers have come up with a conceptual design for a system to store renewable energy and deliver that energy back into an electric grid on demand.
After its first year of operation, the Hornsdale Power Reserve (HPR) has "delivered on high expectations of its performance and market impact", according to an Aurecon report.
ABB has launched a dry-type (oil-free) digital transformer, the ABB Ability TXpert Dry.
Willoughby City Council has announced it will replace 1799 streetlights with LED lights and signed a 12-year renewable energy agreement.
Magellan Power's utility-scale battery storage system has helped increase the efficiency of the power station in the Western Australian town of Onslow.
Redflow has signed an agreement to supply 32 zinc-bromine flow batteries to two children's centres in Melbourne, helping them save about $140,000 in annual energy costs.
When operational, the unit will play a crucial role in strengthening and stabilising the electricity grid that will connect to TOTAL-Eren's Kiamal solar farm in Victoria.
The Labor Government will offer 100,000 households on annual incomes of less than $180,000 a rebate of up to $2000 to install residential battery systems.
Essential Energy, Evoenergy, Jemena and TasNetworks have been announced by Energy Networks Australia as the four finalists for the 2018 Industry Innovation Award.
The Global Cooling Prize is encouraging innovators to develop technology with a climate impact that is at least five times less than today's standard room air conditioner units.
The $1.5 million gift from the Trevor and Judith St Baker Family Foundation will help position Brisbane at the forefront of EV charging technology and manufacturing.
10.1 GW of installed solar and more than 725 MW of total new solar capacity was registered in September, according to the Australian Photovoltaic Institute.