Scimita Ventures is a key partner in a study investigating the feasibility of an Australian–German supply chain for hydrogen produced from renewable energy.
Solar and wind continue to be the cheapest source of energy in Australia, according to a new report from CSIRO.
More than $4.5m in funding has been granted for two Monash University-led projects that will drive the global transition to a sustainable energy future.
Amazon has positioned itself as the largest corporate purchaser of renewable energy, announcing 26 new global utility-scale wind and solar energy projects.
ABB synchronous condensers are enabling Darlington Point Solar Farm to feed a large amount of clean electricity into the local power network while maintaining grid stability and reliability.
A team of skilled personnel has successfully installed the first wind turbine of ACCIONA's Mortlake South Wind Farm project, erecting the installation over a four-day period.
The Australian Energy Market Commission will conduct a smart meter review to increase uptake and help customers gain more benefits from advanced metering technology.
E22 to install its first battery storage system in Australia for AusNet in East Gippsland, after GRS energises a photovoltaic solar plant for Amp Energy in NSW.
A Joint Industry Program to develop a supercritical CO2 (sCO2) power plant has been agreed by CSIRO and US-based GTI.
Researchers from the University of Sydney have devised a method to efficiently convert water into hydrogen, making strides in its development as a clean energy store for fuel cells.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has committed $125 million to help finance the development of grid infrastructure critical to the delivery of the Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro project.
A biomethane-to-gas project will see thousands of Sydney homes and businesses using renewable green gas for cooking, heating and hot water.
Renewable energy producer Neoen has reached financial close on Western Downs Green Power Hub — a 460 MWp solar farm located near Chinchilla in South West Queensland.
A research team led by RMIT University has developed an efficient, low-cost method for recycling used cooking oil and agricultural waste into biodiesel.
ABB gas analysers will help to safely produce 29 MW of baseload electricity from non-recyclable waste at a new waste-to-energy plant near Perth.