Would you hand over total control of your solar and battery in return for no power bills? Ausgrid and Reposit team up to demonstrate effective management of a two-sided electricity market.
Victorian households can now join Australia's largest virtual power plant, as Tesla extends time-of-use, Powerwall 2 battery-based retail electricity offering to that state.
A solar and Tesla battery powered microgrid on Lord Howe Island turns six-months old, dramatically reducing the island's diesel use.
Our $8,000 investment in solar has made us effectively carbon neutral for all of the electricity we use, not just for the home, but for the electric car as well.
Plans to build a network of around 20 solar and battery powered regional Australian data centres "from Cairns to Geelong" gain momentum with new site in Victoria.
SA Water installs its 33rd solar system, this time with a battery to allow the utility better manage the fluctuating prices of the energy market.
A time-of-use renewable energy retail offer has signed up hundreds of customers since its launch in South Australia, including homes with battery storage only.
A ban on door-to-door sales across all Solar Victoria rebate programs has come into force, to protect consumers from "dodgy" companies and marketing tactics.
The team behind Monash University's ground-breaking solar and battery microgrid has developed an interactive how-to guide for other businesses and organisations.
One of Australia's top rooftop solar postcodes will be the site of a new community battery, as Victorian networks plan rollout of up to 12 more.
An Australian-first ARENA-backed community battery storage trial in WA has achieved its main objectives, but might be most valuable for the lessons learnt.
Western Power names the dates for official launch of much-delayed wind, solar and battery microgrid that will help power WA town of Kalbarri.
A significant speed hump to home battery uptake in New South Wales looks set to be removed, with proposed changes to state planning rules.
Consumers say they want to go off-grid, or at least have smarter and more resilient community-based power supplies, after big outages caused by bushfires.