Audit finds less than 30% of newly installed inverters for solar, batteries and EV chargers are configured to meet new standards crucial to grid integration.
Solar and battery providers must sign up to a tougher, broader, more tightly regulated standard of practice to participate in state rebate scheme.
Banks, insurers and building industry call for single national home energy rating system – and measures to improve energy performance of rentals.
AER all but bans use of zero export limits for rooftop solar households, with strict new rules for network companies and a new layer of customer protections.
The gas supply to the WA coastal town of Esperance has officially been cut, after residents and businesses were transitioned to "alternatives," mostly electrification.
Electricity prices look set to go up again in winter and consumers are justified in asking: why is this happening? And is there an end in sight?
The solar schools, which will be part of a statewide VPP pilot, are expected to see a reduction in electricity costs of almost $100,000.
New research shows that without better government support, many people will miss out on the power bill busting benefits of rooftop solar.
"More holes than Swiss cheese!" Network proposed solar tariffs might not hit bills too hard to start with, but the cost of rushing them through could be high.
After recognising the need for more immediate action, this self-governing island nation has brought forward its renewable energy goal by nearly a decade.
ACT government confirms it will continue to partner with Brighte on next phase of $150 million Sustainable Household Scheme, following a new tender process.
International Energy Agency report predicts a boom-time for heat pumps – an "indispensable" technology in the global energy and climate crises.
With big policy dollars pledged to neighbourhood batteries, we look at some of the problems facing community energy storage and how to get around them.
The Tasmanian government has unveiled a new $50m loan scheme to help commercial and industrial customers invest in energy efficiency improvements.
South Australia's current grid woes give us a feel for the state of rooftop solar management ‘in the wild’ – and it’s much more interesting than it would first appear.