battery storage

Redflow ships “biggest” battery order, to help power Fiji digital TV roll-out

Australia's Redflow has shipped its largest-ever order of zinc-bromine flow batteries, to provide energy storage for Fiji’s new digital television network.

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Company selling “Australia’s cheapest battery” is in liquidation

Victorian energy storage business that offered "the most affordable battery in Australia" – and longest warranty – has gone into liquidation.

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Thinking about battery storage? Five things you should do first

There is a lot you should do before getting battery storage for you home. Here are 5 steps households should take before making the leap.

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Lightsource BP to enter Australia household solar and battery market

BP's solar reboot to target Australia's booming residential solar and battery market, with no-upfront-payment offer.

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“IceGrid” proposes stored wind power for remote Canada provinces

Proposal to replace diesel plants with grid-connected, wind powered, battery energy storage microgrids throughout the northwestern Canadian provinces wins CanInfra prize.

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Birdsville bids farewell to geothermal, opts for solar and battery storage instead

Plans to replace Australia’s only utility-owned geothermal power station in remote Queensland town of Birdsville dumped in favour of distributed solar and storage.

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Solar and battery underway in Australia’s “largest” renewables microgrid

Second phase underway in plan to power Pilbara town of Onslow with 50 per cent renewables, with contracts for solar farm and utility-scale battery storage awarded.

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Sungrow adds 4.8kWh PowCube battery to Australia market

Sungrow Power has launched its next generation suite of inverter and battery storage technology in Australia, including the 4.8kWh lithium-ion PowCube.

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Image of the Day: Have Tesla Powerpack – “who needs Ergon?”

North Queensland business going off-grid with rooftop PV and a Tesla Powerpack battery system proudly proclaims: Who needs the network?

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The Victoria mansion leading the exodus off the grid

Ever get the idea that the decision to quit the grid – or not connect – was reserved for low energy users, austere consumers or those with no possibility of connection? Think again.

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