Current pipeline lies at such advanced stages that 3.6GWac of PV and wind could be commissioned nation-wide after 2019’s market lows, say Rystad Energy consultants.
Andy Colthorpe and Liam Stoker are back reviewing the pivotal clean energy headlines from around the globe. Liam reports back from the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi where the future of the Middle East’s power grid was up for debate before the discussion moves on to Australia’s bush fires, the nation’s relationship with coal and what ‘Scotty from marketing’ might be able to learn from Germany.
Spanish energy giant's new venture in South Australia sees firm join the ranks of a number of international PV developers backing major hybrid projects down under.
SunWiz’s findings of a ‘boom’ 2019 for sub-100kW PV bring rare piece of good green news to country, reeling after weeks of deadly blazes and bitter rows over climate policies.
The latest volume of PV Tech Power magazine is now available to download, free of charge.
The acquisition follows Shell's purchase of Aussie electricity retailer ERM Power in late November and is part of the oil major's drive to establish a "one-stop energy shop" down under.
New data from pro-coal Coalition claims country will “overachieve” emission reduction target thanks to controversial carbon accounting system disregarded by other countries.
Solar Media's Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe take a look at how utilities across the world are increasingly deploying sizeable solar and/or storage plants, and discuss the rise of long-duration storage.
The project is one of five utility-scale PV plants located in Australia's most populated state being developed by a Photon Energy-Canadian Solar joint venture targeting 1.14GW.
Lightsource BP is expecting to deploy gigawatts of bifacial solar capacity in the coming years, declaring that most – if not all – of its 12GW+ pipeline will come forward using the technology.
Indian EPC giant launches construction works for 200MW solar project Lightsource BP is developing in Australia.
PV influx key to preventing blackouts as bushfires and extreme heat mix to erode reliability of coal generators, says market operator’s latest readiness plan.
CEC's survey of 70 clean energy executives highlights that grid connection problems, federal policy shortcomings and transmission issues are the top woes for Australian renewables.
Second round of the Melbourne Renewable Energy Project (MREP) launches after round one spurred the development of an 80MW wind farm in Western Australia.
Genex Power has secured AU$175 million (US$117 million) of debt to finance a new 50MW project and refinance an existing 50MW project in Australia.