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Installers identified in One Stop Warehouse’s improper STC debacle

One Stop has revealed the names of some of the third parties involved in providing the false information which led to the creation of almost 50,000 improper small-scale technology certificates.

Ausgrid launches Sydney’s first community battery, with more to come in two-year trial

New South Wales network operator Ausgrid yesterday launched its first community battery in Beacon Hill, north of Sydney. It is one of three community batteries being installed across Sydney allowing solar customers to store their extra energy at no additional cost.

Historical wholesale price trend bucked thanks to renewables

January normally sees a spike in the average wholesale electricity price. This year, however, increased solar PV and wind generation have seen this traditional trend bucked.


Adelaide university now 100% powered by local renewables

Flinders University in Adelaide has announced its campuses and facilities are now officially 100% powered by renewable energy from campus-based solar arrays and a local wind farm.

Solar-loving town to construct PV carpark shade with Federal grant money 

New South Wales’ Lismore City Council will construct a carpark solar shade structure and an electric vehicle charging station funded through a Federal Government grant.

Rectifier unveils EV charging converter said to remedy manufacturers’ ‘pain points’

Australia’s Rectifier Technologies has unveiled its latest electric vehicle charging technology, which the company says is flexible, reduces grid stains and opens the door to High Powered Charging in urban areas.

WA announces state’s largest VPP pilot, allocating $35m

Western Australia’s government has today announced plans to construct what will be the state’s largest VPP to be hosted in the Perth suburb Southern River.

EV battery integration to be streamlined in partnership between cell casing company and aerospace manufacturer

Australian battery casing company, Vaulta, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Quickstep, an Australian aerospace composites manufacturer, to develop smarter technology for renewables. The partnership will likely explore integrating battery casing technology that reduces the number of parts needed to house the batteries in electric vehicles.

Queensland, partnering with Japanese firm, considers building solar-driven green hydrogen facility beside coal power plant

The Queensland government, via its state-owned CS Energy, has signed an MoU with Japanese engineering company IHI Corporation to assess the feasibility of a renewable hydrogen plant next to CS Energy’s coal-fired Kogan Creek Power Station on Queensland’s Western Downs.

New joint venture solidifies WA as standalone power system leader coinciding with launch of nimble Gen 2 solution

Western Australia’s government-owned utility Horizon Power and electrical engineering company Ampcontrol have today announced their joint venture Boundary Power, supercharging the state’s standalone power system rollout and broader industry. To mark the occasion, Boundary Power has also unveiled its new, modular SPS Gen 2 and announced a $10 million deployment of another 45 off-grid systems across the state.

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