Western Australia again demonstrates its remote renewables leadership by powering Pilbara town of Onslow entirely on solar and battery storage.
New-build apartment complex adds bespoke solar solution, including what is believed to be Australia's biggest residential Powerwall installation.
Works are underway on the installation and commissioning of a community-scale battery energy storage system at the regional Victorian town of Yackandandah.
Solahart launches Streamline Solar-Ready, a plug-and-play electric hot water system with the option to upgrade to solar alternatives, including rooftop PV-connected.
If you aren’t burning gas in your home for space or water heating, there might be one gas user left in your home: the cooktop.
A hot-water heat pump can be the cheapest way to heat water at your home or business, with or without rooftop solar.
As introduction of the new inverter standard looms, manufacturers raise concerns there will be bottlenecks and possible delays for re-listing products with the CEC.
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?
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.
Renewable energy microgrid that includes 2MWh of battery storage and Australia’s largest on-campus solar farm at 7MW, switched on at Deakin University.
Redflow's largest shareholder puts his investment to work, with 280kWh ZBM flow battery system that with solar will “eliminate” grid electricity costs for his Tassie farm.
An 800kW solar system installed on the industrial rooftop of a window furnishing company in Sydney will soon supply power to its employees, too.
International inverter maker joins forces with Australia's SwitchDin to “future proof” its products to changing rules – and market opportunities – around rooftop solar.
A blockchain-enabled electricity market that rewards trading with local and trusted “energy neighbours” has been proposed by a team of Australian researchers.
There is no reason that a high penetration of distributed energy resources and a stable grid cannot co-exist, it is exactly this that a new technology promises to deliver.