ABB has won a $30m order to replace the control and protection systems for two vital high-voltage transmission links that were initially installed nearly two decades ago.
Together, the two lithium-ion batteries will deliver 55 MW of power and provide approximately 80 MWh of energy storage capacity.
A pre-feasibility study has proven it is technically feasible and economically viable to store renewable energy using Bendigo's empty mineshafts.
Growing product demand recently led alkaline water bottler E'stel Water to invest in a tailored compressed air system.
The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition 2018 will explore how major projects, such as those currently being undertaken in South Australia, are impacting the sector.
The South Australian residential battery power rebate will see the state's battery market boom exponentially, according to Natural Solar.
The Redflow Large Scale Battery (LSB) reference platform demonstrates a straightforward model for deploying ZBM2 zinc-bromine flow batteries in large energy storage systems.
Melbourne Water is playing its part in reducing demand on the power network over the peak summer period by undertaking 'planned demand management' activities.
Sam Staples from the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition said 2018 looks to be an exciting year for energy storage.
Mentors and mentees from the renewable energy industry are being sought to be part of The Clean Energy Council's Women in Renewables Initiative (WiR).
Urbanisation — along with climate change and demographic change — stands as one of the megatrends of the 21st century.
Stephen Coop, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, NHP Electrical Engineering Products, examines the evolving digital world and adopting corporate citizenship.
For the first time in South Australia's history, clean and affordable wind energy can be dispatched to the grid 24 hours a day, seven days a week — whether the wind is blowing or not.
Indra representatives' opinions about how 'active grid' infrastructure can help Australia cope with the rapid transformation of the national electricity distribution networks.
Schneider Electric, in partnership with Australian renewable energy engineering company Planet Ark Power, has been awarded a $1.95m grant by the state government to support the delivery of a secure, sustainable and affordable energy supply to South Australia.