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Ahead of its super-hyped announcement on battery storage this week, Tesla invited journalists to bring their own EV. They’ll supply the charge.
Phase one of a 4MW floating solar array being developed at a waste-water plant in South Australia has been launched – an Australian first.
Many consumers look to solar only for self-consumption or a means to go off-grid. But new report says “shared solar” will bring solar PV to 100% of homes and businesses, including renters, high rise apartments and offices. It just needs a change of rules.
A German pilot plant owned by car maker Audi has produced its first batch of e-diesel: a carbon neutral fuel made from carbon dioxide and water.
Report finds diesel subsidies for Australia’s biggest coal miners costs budget $360m a year, simple reform to scheme could save $15bn over four years.
Li-ion battery industry on tenterhooks ahead of Tesla Motors’ big energy storage announcement April 30. Meanwhile, policy sets the tone for wind.
In its dim Q1 report, Peabody Energy predicts US domestic coal demand will fall by up to 100m tonnes in 2015 – double the forecast of the EIA.
Windlab gets financing from Japanese wind giant to deliver cheapest wind energy project in Australia, and break year-long investment drought.
California may come to mind first when you think of beaches and solar, but now so could North Carolina, thanks to its rapid emergence as a solar energy leader.