Why are so many Australians sending perfectly good solar panels to the tip? Dr Nick Engerer asked the question on LinkedIn recently and the response was swift and resounding.
Pittsburgh International Airport becomes world's first to be completely powered by an onsite natural gas and solar microgrid, to isolate it from potential grid outages.
Melbourne-based remote renewables specialist says plan to power an Antarctic research station on Ross Island with 100% wind and battery storage "looks feasible."
Australia’s only manufacturer of solar panels, Tindo, tapped for Queensland government rollout of renewable Remote Area Power Systems at five National Parks.
Remote Western Australia coastal town of Coral Bay chips away at diesel dependence with addition of lithium-ion battery system to its existing wind-based microgrid.
While debate builds around whether more big batteries could have saved the day in Queensland on Tuesday, the benefits of having home batteries during a coal plant explosion are crystal clear.
A South Australian solar home owner has lodged a complaint with the state’s energy ombudsman after being advised that disconnecting from gas would cost up to $2,500.
Western Australia utility Horizon Power to take a second shot at running the Pilbara town of Onslow on solar and battery storage only during daylight hours.
Tesla will build a community microgrid in the San Francisco Bay Area as part of an unusual penalty for air quality infringements at its Fremont EV manufacturing facility.
Works have begun on what will become Australia’s first community microgrid to incorporate renewable hydrogen, a $9.3 million project in the remote WA town of Denham.
Survey finds solar households overwhelmingly oppose the AEMC's proposed rooftop solar tax, but how many would rather quit the grid than pay to export their power?
Queensland utility calls for expressions of interest for renewable energy solutions for two diesel fuel-dependent remote communities.
Sunport Power installs Japanese off-grid solar project using the company’s metal wrap through (MWT) technology, which boasts flexibility and greater solar efficiency.
A 13MW solar farm that will combine with battery storage and gas to power a gold mine in Western Australia is expected to be up and running by the end of this year.