New survey finds a massive 84% of solar homes without a battery are looking to add one to the mix in the near future, as high grid prices start to bite.
More than 100 organisations and individuals join push to increase minimum energy efficiency requirements for new homes – a small level-up with big pay-offs.
Horizon Power’s plan to shift an entire town off the reticulated gas network made its start this week, with the first household transitioned to all-electric.
Clean Energy Regulator announces small but important change to rules governing the installation of rooftop solar under the federal SRES rebate scheme.
Canberra-based solar installer fined and stripped of accreditation after being convicted of providing false or misleading documents to get solar rebate.
A waste and recycling centre in regional New South Wales has become the testing ground for a groundbreaking solar project – the installation of an 8kW PV system using second-hand panels.
Australia is finally having the home battery boom it has been anticipating for years, courtesy of an electricity market in crisis. But can supply keep up? And who gets left behind?
Tasmanian Economic Regulator sets state's rooftop solar feed-in tariff for 2022-2023 to a minimum rate of 8.8c/kWh, up from 6.5c/kWh in 2021-22.
NSW pricing regulator almost doubles rooftop solar feed-in tariff benchmark for the state as coal and gas prices and outages reverse the renewable price trend.
NSW expands solar rebate scheme for low income households, as well as efficiency upgrades, taking opposite tack to SA Labor government.
South Australia’s newly elected Labor government says it will dump the state’s Home Battery Scheme, as well as its Switch for Solar program, in its 2022-23 budget.
Sixty public schools in New South Wales will host Australia’s largest school-based trial of solar, battery storage, and VPP technology.
Energy rating profiles for more than 5,500 apartment developments across Australia found some clusters of apartments well below the complex as a whole.
Russia's actions underscore the value of microgrids – energy under control of local community, government, business or even household. Not from a distant source that can be cut off.
New data shows rooftop solar installs charted a 26% month-on-month decline in April, bringing two months of growth to an abrupt halt.
Victorian households wishing to get a $3,500 discount on a battery system will have to get in quickly, with a reduction in the rebate to take effect soon.