Is this the biggest Tesla Solar Roof installed yet? It may be. And when combined with six Powerwalls it's a nice little earner as part of a Hawaiian VPP.
In a new house, it's a whole new world of home energy management and "electrification" possibilities as we shoot for net zero grid electricity.
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?
In a move that bucks the trend, pricing regulator proposes boosting regional solar feed-in tariff from 9.3c/kWh to 12.9c/kWh, starting in July.
Victoria cuts the minimum flat-rate solar feed-in tariff again, despite soaring power prices. But there are some upsides for the state's solar households.
Pressure is growing on solar households to maximise self-consumption of their rooftop PV as regulators chip away at the value of solar exports.
A long-term Arena project aims to answer a key question: how much data do network operators need to allow rooftop solar export flexibility?
Three NSW electricity networks are planning to introduce rooftop solar export tariffs from 2024. Here's how they're proposing to do it.
Major review calls for 100% uptake of smart meters across Australia’s National Electricity Market by 2030. So why do we need them and how might it be done?
The retail energy market is changing, fast. And as offers get more creative, bundling together a range of products and services, regulators must be on their toes.
Australia's rooftop solar market has shaken off the winter blues and closed out the colder months with a new high for the year.
New report finds homes using both electricity and gas face even steeper increases in their energy bills than those with electricity only, as high market prices start to hit.
New report shows seeking out best value retail energy deal is just as important for solar households as non-solar households, as tariffs chop, change and adapt.
Tasmanian Economic Regulator sets state's rooftop solar feed-in tariff for 2022-2023 to a minimum rate of 8.8c/kWh, up from 6.5c/kWh in 2021-22.