IPART flags another “likely” reduction to NSW rooftop solar feed-in tariff, as it prepares to set new benchmarks for the next three financial years.
Synergy to offer a "Midday Saver" tariff of just 8c/kWh in a bid to help soak up the abundant rooftop solar energy supply.
UK-based green power retailer launches in Australia with promise of 40c/kWh solar feed-in tariff and “cutting-edge” virtual power plant technology that will optimise battery storage ROI and power bill savings.
Sonnen launches new rewards program in Australia, offering cash payments to battery customers participating in a new VPP providing grid stability services.
Tesla and Octopus Energy launch UK retail offer that promises to deliver a 75% electricity bill discount, as long as you have solar, a Powerwall 2, and preferably a Tesla EV.
Pacific Hydro-owned retailer makes new pitch for rooftop solar customers in Victoria, with offer of equal-highest solar feed-in tariff in the state – with a couple of key catches.
City of Hobart proposes acting as virtual power hub, by buying rooftop solar directly from residents at higher rate than FiT and using it to power daytime operations.
University of South Australia study finds that when it comes to solar self-consumption, optimal panel placement is rarely towards the equator.
With WA premium feed-in-tariff contracts starting to come to an end, it is a good time for solar households to consider their options.
Report on W.A. trial using Power Ledger blockchain technology finds peer-to-peer solar energy trading technically feasible, good for grid and consumers – but unlikely to take off under current network tariff structures.
Indigo Power calls for EOIs for crowd-funded investment to expand community owned renewables projects across Victoria.
Victoria regulator makes small cuts to 2020/21 solar feed-in tariff rates, but says only one retailer offering customers both single and time varying FiT.
As rooftop solar booms in Australia, a closer look at the distribution of "prosumers" across the network reveals emerging inequalities that must be addressed.
Essential Services Commission wants retailers to offer customers choice of “single rate” feed-in tariff or a FiT that ranges from 9c/kWh and 12.3c/kWh, depending on the time of day.
KPMG report casts doubt over federal government-backed plans to power Queensland World Heritage-listed Daintree region with solar to hydrogen gas-based microgrids.