An Australian utility is to develop a 60MW solar farm that will be connected to two iron mines in Australia, transforming them into the first to be run entirely by renewables during the day.
GES to build 97MW solar plant for Engie in Chile, Sterling & Wilson bags 200MW EPC order in Australia, BHEL tenders for floating solar equipment at Indian coal plant, ACC and Hyperion for JV in Hong Kong.
Australian renewables investor Lyon Group has penned an agreement with China Huadian Corporation which will see the duo co-develop and invest in power-plus-battery energy storage systems across Australia, China and other Asian markets.
Industrial giant gets behind scheme proposed to help Western Australia become global forerunner by exporting renewable hydrogen to Japan, Korea and others.
Strong PV growth was 'chief driver' of 24% rise in group-wide EBITDA between H1 2018 and H1 2019, says IPP as it notes this year’s European tender milestones.
Stark warning from watchdog AEMC piles new spotlight on dangers posed by country’s embattled grid, with major investor groups lobbying against revenue-crippling power loss calculations.
Australian territory releases uncosted climate change roadmap to increase renewables penetration from 4% in 2018 to 100% in 2050.
New guidelines come as stampede for state's newly-revamped PV subsidy scheme sees it again oversubscribed in "minutes", prompting industry frustration.
Global solar investor adds to Aussie large-scale push with new AU$150m loan scheme for smaller ventures, certified by green finance players.
The state government's reverse auction programme reaches its close with the tender of 250MW of renewables alongside a 40MWh battery energy storage system (BESS).
Australia’s Clean Energy Council (CEC) has issued a stark warning over an apparent collapse in new investments into renewable energy projects.
The Goyder South project mixing wind (1.2GW), solar (600MW) and batteries (800MW) is the latest of a deluge of enormous solar-plus-storage schemes proposed in the sunny island state.
Calls for new rules coincide with news that Australia is guaranteed to meet its 2020 target for large-scale renewables generation thanks to progress in recent years.
Queensland's USC set to trial three-storey system to make air conditioning less energy-intensive and slash energy use by 40% at Sippy Downs campus.
Oz Minerals eyes 'economically viable' renewable duo to cover 70-80% of 55MW system paired with batteries and diesel for its West Musgrave mine.