Car dealerships need to upgrade their electrical infrastructure – and fast – given more than half their sales will be coming from electric vehicles before the decade is out.
Researchers develop intelligent solar backup system powered by artificial intelligence to support sub-Saharan Africa’s utility grids.
Ground-breaking solar and battery microgrid project at Ikea's Adelaide store reaches major milestone, after the rooftop PV component is energised. Battery and controls to come in April.
After a busy year for microgrids in 2021, here is a list of the top 22 projects to watch in the coming year – including one from the tiny town of Heyfield in Australia.
Horizon Power has installed another 19 stand-alone solar and battery power systems for its regional customers, including commercial farmers, with another 26 to follow by March.
Hints emerge of a “pragmatic solution” to the rushed introduction of controversial new safety and certification requirements for DC isolator-integrated solar inverters.
First-of-its kind project will use industrial-scale batteries and smart controls to help make a major energy user a player in the South Australian electricity market.
Global solar inverter maker says changes to Australian standards around DC isolators, to be adopted in Queensland, will “cost jobs and money for no tangible benefit to anyone.”
Major new report says Australian households could slash their bills by up to $3.2 billion by 2035 with the accelerated uptake of cost-reflective tariffs and incentives.
Zero carbon microgrid development in UK aims deliver an energy positive neighborhood that will generate more power than it consumes and save residents up to 30% on energy bills.
Solar industry calls for clarity as inverters with integrated DC isolators face becoming non-compliant "overnight" due to changes to Australian certification requirements.
Rooftop DC isolators are no longer mandatory for residential systems, paving the way for less complex – and potentially safer – installations.
Melbourne-based Allume Energy announced as one of nine start-ups to join The Clean Fight New York – a climate-tech accelerator program to decarbonise and electrify the state's buildings.
Australian owned and operated Redback Technologies adds grid-tied solar inverters to product line-up and expands home battery range to offer more storage.
Victorian government calls on communities to submit proposals for energy systems in their homes, businesses and essential service sites.