The solar output from more than 5500 distributed PV systems across Australia can now be monitored in real time after the launch of APVI’s updated solar mapping service.
Plunging technology costs mean Australia can achieve 100% renewables and zero net emissions by 2050 at relatively low cost.
China adds more than 5GW of solar in first quarter, a level that Abbott government in Australia says is impossible to do in 5 years.
After more than four years we have finally witnessed the emptying of the Clearing House.
Southern Sydney Region of Councils signs up SunEdison-owned Energy Matters to partner its ‘Our Solar Future’ initiative to make PV and solar hot water more accessible to households and businesses.
The Nyngan solar plant has doubled in size, and doubled the output of scheduled big solar in the Australian grid.
Queensland’s peak demand at near record highs, and may have set new record were it not for distributed small-scale solar PV.
The last module on Australia’s first 100MW solar plant has been installed. But the completion of the Nyngan solar plant highlights the huge missed opportunity for big solar in Australia.
The solution to a serious problem discovered last year at Ivanpah — the first solar power tower in the US — actually has turned out to be “one weird trick.”
South Africa plans to contract another 6.3GW of renewable energy capacity as it ‘pulls out all the stops’ to meet its energy challenge. Australia, take note.