BayWa r.e., a global renewable energy developer, has sold the 20 MWp Hughenden solar plant to Australian infrastructure investment specialist Lighthouse Infrastructure.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is canvassing proposals to secure enough renewable energy to fully offset the energy use of buildings developed under its $1.3 billion City Campus Master Plan program.
While traditional forms of solar and wind technology currently dominate the renewables market, the technologies continue to be reinvented.
SolarEdge Technologies is releasing its Level 2 EV charger, an inverter-integrated electric vehicle (EV) charger. By supplementing grid power with PV power, the product offers charging up to six times faster than a standard Level 1 charger with its innovative solar boost mode.
ARENA has made available $2.49 million to support a three-year project which will explore the potential of tidal energy in Australia to attract future investment.
The Ministerial Forum on Vehicle Emissions is currently considering implementing new standards surrounding fuel, emissions and efficiency for vehicles sold in Australia, with the forum intending to provide a draft implementation plan to the Australian Government later this year.
The SA Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES) exceeded its 2016 target by 40%, according to the REES Annual Report.
ASBEC and ClimateWorks Australia have partnered on a project to develop an industry-led, evidence-based pathway for the adoption of ambitious long-term targets for the energy performance requirements in the National Construction Code.
The Queensland government has announced its goal to drive carbon pollution down to zero by 2050 and become a leader in the clean growth economy.
A newly released ISO standard is expected to make it easier to determine and report the carbon metric associated with the operation of existing buildings.
The world's largest lithium-ion battery will be hosted at the Hornsdale Wind Farm near Jamestown, SA, where it will provide stability services for renewable energy and emergency back-up power if a shortfall in energy is predicted.
The Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) and the JinkoSolar R&D Center will work together to develop industry-feasible, high-efficiency crystalline silicon solar cells that can generate power from both the front and rear surfaces — so-called 'bifacial' solar cells.
SOLARWATT and Fronius Solar Energy are set to enter into a partnership. This will include a global distribution agreement, the inclusion of partner products in each company's portfolio, and joint research and development activities.