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100 MW battery storage facility proposed for rural Queensland town

A large-scale battery energy storage system is being proposed by Sydney-based developer Genex Power near Rockhampton, Queensland.

Greening WA’s mines: first round of grants awards two mines $2.6 million to install solar

The Western Australian state government has awarded $2.6 million in grants to install solar power at two Goldfields mining projects.

Australian Step Change could see over 40,000 jobs created in Queensland alone

Community group Solar Citizens has released a report using modelling from the Australian Energy Market Operator to show that 43,500 clean energy job years would be created in Queensland under its Step Change scenario.

Blossoming West Australian carbon footprint app launches business edition

A Western Australia app which allows schools, households and, from February, businesses to track and improve their carbon footprint is gaining both attention and prominent partners. The company’s founder and CEO, Vanessa Rauland, spoke to pv magazine about its rise.

Australia’s green hydrogen certification scheme to be developed with German peak body

The Australian Smart Energy Council and the German Energy Agency, dena, will work together to develop a scheme to certify renewable hydrogen and carbon neutral powerfuels.


Renewable energy loans on the up

Fintech and green loan lender Plenti has recorded a 19% increase in renewable energy loans from its previous corresponding period.


Neoen plans whopping 500 MW big battery to provide for NSW’s ambitious vision

Neoen Australia has filed planning documents for a 500 MW / 1000 MWh big battery to be built west of Sydney.


One Stop agrees to extensive remediation program after 49,400 STCs improperly created

One Stop Warehouse Finance has been disciplined by the Clean Energy Regular after it was found responsible for the creation of 49,400 improper small-scale technology certificates between 2017 and 2020.


Australian ‘rooftop solar capital’ goes large-scale with approval of 100 MW solar farm

Queensland’s Bundaberg Regional Council has approved the development application of a 100 MW solar farm 60km away from Bundaberg. The project would be one of the largest scale for the region, dubbed “Australia’s rooftop solar capital” for its high penetration of residential solar.

Redflow battery customer trials give the final finesse before production begins

Redflow CEO, Tim Harris, is confident the company’s Gen3 flow battery will go into production in the first half of this year, once the results from its customer trial are evaluated.


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