The Energy Security Board's discussion report into its proposed electricity capacity mechanism has been released.
The company will be switching to solar power for its sites around the country, doubling the amount of energy it uses from renewable sources this year.
A Singapore research team has developed technology that upcycles old, expired solar panels into heat-harvesting electricity materials.
The Murray Bridge pipeline in South Australia is now being powered by thousands of solar panels.
An agreement between Vast Solar and 1414 Degrees will see the two companies working to develop the concentrated solar power plant.
The Boundary Power Solar Qube is a standalone power system is designed to replace traditional powerlines with an off-grid clean energy source.
The innovative honeycomb design enables light absorption from any angle and traps light inside the solar cell, enabling more energy to be generated.
Researchers in Sweden have developed a system that can store the sun's energy as a liquid for up to 18 years and then convert it into electricity when needed.
Australia continues to expand its energy storage capacity through the installation of both residential and large-scale grid batteries.
Global energy storage technology and services provider Fluence and renewable energy company ReNew have announced an agreement to form a new company to meet the needs of local customers across India.
Rice University engineers have achieved a new benchmark in the design of atomically thin solar cells made of semiconducting perovskites.
The FIMER Country Manager shares an insightful discussion about the solar industry's growth forecast and the impact of the pandemic on recruitment and strategies.
The Milton Ulladulla ExServos Club is hoping to reduce power consumption by half and save $70K a year in energy costs with the installation of a 215 kWp solar system.
Standards Australia has published a revised solar standard with an aim to support users in meeting compliance requirements and promote consumer safety.
New modelling predicts buildings in the City of Melbourne could provide 74% of their own electricity needs if solar technology is fully integrated into roofs, walls and windows.