How one non-solar household has slashed its power bills by investing in a home battery, and is expecting a three year payback.
EnergyAustralia pitches new zero upfront cost solar and battery deal, targeting households in select parts of NSW with big power bills.
Solar Analytics has found solar homes can save an average of $400 more a year by switching to a better retail power plan. And they have an app for that.
Would you hand over total control of your solar and battery in return for no power bills? Ausgrid and Reposit team up to demonstrate effective management of a two-sided electricity market.
While debate rages over how to solve the problem of rooftop solar congested grids, Powercor has completed a major works program that has delivered impressive results.
A time-of-use renewable energy retail offer has signed up hundreds of customers since its launch in South Australia, including homes with battery storage only.
GreenSync says its digital energy exchange software will be rolled out in deal with Fronius to further Australia's "amazing" rooftop solar success story.
NSW IPART cuts benchmark solar feed-in-tariff by around 25 per cent, citing a fall in wholesale electricity prices driven by more solar.
"A messy regime that might not even be implemented uniformly across states:" Joint industry submission pokes more holes in AEMC solar export charge proposal.
A South Australian solar home owner has lodged a complaint with the state’s energy ombudsman after being advised that disconnecting from gas would cost up to $2,500.
UNSW's Martin Green says the average Australian solar household will soon be installing "tens of kilowatts" on their rooftops, as costs continue to fall.
Survey finds solar households overwhelmingly oppose the AEMC's proposed rooftop solar tax, but how many would rather quit the grid than pay to export their power?
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.