Hydrogen is a promising solution to clean up the most challenging sectors of the economy. Outside of that, however, it is woefully inefficient and risky.
Western Power names the dates for official launch of much-delayed wind, solar and battery microgrid that will help power WA town of Kalbarri.
ANU-led project to assess feasibility of transitioning NSW southcoast communities from power systems exposed to bushfires to a resilient network of microgrids.
We take a look at eight US microgrid projects – some operating, some still being built – notable for their origins, ambitions, unique features and forward looking approach.
Melbourne-based remote renewables specialist says plan to power an Antarctic research station on Ross Island with 100% wind and battery storage "looks feasible."
A north-east Tasmanian cooperative's bid to establish a community-backed renewable fuel production plant has failed to fire. So where did it fall short?
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.
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.
Queensland utility calls for expressions of interest for renewable energy solutions for two diesel fuel-dependent remote communities.
The Australian arm of one of the world’s top 10 dairy processors will shift to just under 50% renewable electricity for its Australian operations via a PPA with Engie.
Byron Bay-based social enterprise Enova Community Energy has extended its retail electricity offer to households in south east Queensland.
US beer brand pledges to ensure every beer brewed in America on March 17 is offset with renewable energy credits and sets "green electricity beer bar" for industry.
McCain Foods Australia cuts ribbon on first 4.5MW of solar in an 8.2MW hybrid renewables plant being built to power its Ballarat processing facility.
The town of Heyfield 200km east of Melbourne will be the guinea pig for new microgrid technology in a study led by UTS.