Nexa’s Stephanie Bashir on how to reshape grid around consumer energy as solar tariffs cut and PV sets new records.
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As conservative media and politicians pit farmers against renewables, we talk to a sheep grazier who is building Tasmania’s first large-scale solar project.
The rush to home electrification is on, with record installations of hot water heat pumps and record amounts of oversized rooftop systems to power the exodus from fossil fuels.
Heidi Douglas talks through Solar Citizens’ list of “policy asks” for the upcoming energy ministers’ meeting. Could we get discounted batteries for Christmas?
Wyatt Roy on SunDrive’s progress towards making cheaper, more sustainable solar – right here in Australia. Plus: Will 2023 be a record year of rooftop installs?
How Beon Energy has left a lasting legacy and set a new benchmark for meaningful engagement with Indigenous communities. Plus, AEMO’s solar switch-off push.
Amber’s Tim Barson on how home batteries are turning into a money spinner. Plus: Rooftop solar shattering records across the grid.
We talk with RayGen’s Richard Payne at the newly opened solar and storage plant in Carwarp. Plus: Consumer power to fill coal gap.
We talk to early adopter and self confessed “energy nerd” Andrew Wilson about the key lessons he has learned from four years with home solar and storage.
Online forums are full of this half-baked claim, and it may be putting people off quitting gas. Here’s how to right-size circuits for induction cooktops.