Western Australia again demonstrates its remote renewables leadership by powering Pilbara town of Onslow entirely on solar and battery storage.
Northern Territory government expands and updates home and business battery scheme, boosting it by $2.8m, offering more flexibility in size of systems and ensuring VPP readiness.
Western Australia government to install solar at train and bus stations across the state’s capital, including more than 1,000kW by mid-2022.
"A messy regime that might not even be implemented uniformly across states:" Joint industry submission pokes more holes in AEMC solar export charge proposal.
Solar panel installations have been cleared to go ahead under slightly relaxed restrictions for week two of Victoria's latest Covid-19 lockdown.
South Australia to extend its virtual power plant scheme to state housing homes that do not have rooftop solar in effort to create a big solar sponge.
Changes to inverter standards will require new solar inverters to play a much more active role in the broader grid. So what does this mean for consumers?
South Australia launches offer of free solar in exchange for energy concession payments, a deal that promises to make low-income households up to $665 better off a year.
Clean Energy Regulator to deploy “sophisticated analytical model” to catch out Clean Energy Council accredited installers making false STC statements or claims.
NSW pricing regulator recommends further cuts to all-day solar FiT price range, but also proposes time-dependent benchmarks, to incentivise exports in afternoon peak.
The AEMC's draft determination on how network companies support, and charge for, export services has sparked a lot of questions. Here are some answers.
Tasmania’s opposition party pledges $20m to zero and low-interest loans of up to $15,000 for households and businesses to finance batteries and rooftop solar.
Victorian government to boost number of inspectors employed to check and sign off on newly installed rooftop PV systems, backed by a new specialised training program.
Consumer Action Law Centre says it is up to governments to step in and change laws to better protect solar consumers – starting with Victoria.
Energy Queensland to trial network-connected batteries in five regional locations that will host a total of 40MWh of storage capacity between them.