New guidelines come as stampede for state's newly-revamped PV subsidy scheme sees it again oversubscribed in "minutes", prompting industry frustration.
The Victoria government has released new planning guidelines for large-scale solar farms to ease tensions between solar developers and local communities, but they are yet to come into effect.
Proposed project is contingent on Invenergy securing a deal with not-for-profit electricity cooperative Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association.
Stats paint bright future for Australian renewable roll-out, Victoria rebate chaos pushes solar reps to streets, Overland’s 110MW project cleared despite opposition.
Northern Territory grants major project status to world’s largest PV scheme by developer SunCable, which wants it to power its home state of Singapore.
Government signs off on construction of US$110m project by Natural Energy World Corporation, paving way for marked PV boost in Caribbean nation.
Utility giant puts forward Francisco Pizarro 590MW project in Extremadura region, just north of separate 500MW scheme already under construction.
Solar industry hails changes to motion that would have halted new PV projects on farming and natural land until impacts were fully understood.
Authorities considering proposal for 6GWh scheme at one of Europe’s largest dams, set to feature 10,000 panels over inter-linked HDPE platform.
Installation planned in Queensland progresses through permitting process after receiving go-ahead from state’s independent coordinator-general.
New South Wales government green-lights ESCO Pacific’s Wyalong scheme, set to potentially include extra 25MW battery storage installation.
Developer to now commission technical studies for Queensland's 315MWac Clarke Creek and Victoria's 240MWac Prairie projects.
Applications made to the government of New South Wales in Australia for two solar farms totalling 285MW of capacity are open to comment from stakeholders and members of the public.