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IEA warns one-third of global PV manufacturing capacity at risk of bankruptcy

A new report from the International Energy Agency stresses the importance of geographically diversifying the global PV supply chain. This would prevent supply chain vulnerability to bankruptcies and underinvestment.


Mytilineos achieves construction milestones on Australian solar farms

Greece-based industrial conglomerate Mytilineos continues to notch up renewable energy milestones in the Australian market with construction commencing on the 75 MW Wyalong Solar Farm in the New South Wales Riverina region.

ESI begins work on ‘Australian first’ flow battery manufacturing facility

Construction has commenced on Australia’s first large-scale iron-flow battery manufacturing facility in Central Queensland, one of a series of projects the developer says has the potential to deliver 20% of the nation’s renewable energy storage needs.


Squadron begins work on $3 billion Queensland wind and solar hub

Australian resources company Squadron Energy has commenced construction on a 1.2 GW hybrid wind, solar and battery energy storage project in Central Queensland that is expected to deliver crucial capacity into the grid as Australia transitions to a renewable energy future.


Renewables investors call for urgent reform of regulatory processes

A coalition of renewable energy investors is calling for urgent reform of the National Electricity Market to help restore confidence among developers of large-scale wind and solar projects grappling with grid congestion and curtailment issues in Australia.


Battery minerals help drive resources exports to new records

Global efforts to build energy and transport systems based on lower-emission sources are expected to drive Australia’s mining and energy export revenues to record highs of more than $400 billion for a second consecutive year.

Provaris lodges submission for 2.8 GW green hydrogen project

Western Australian renewables company Provaris Energy has lodged a referral submission to the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority for its proposed 2.8 GW green hydrogen export project being developed on the Tiwi Islands off Australia’s north coast.


Victoria releases roadmap outlining plan to shift from gas to renewables

The Victorian government has published its Gas Substitution Roadmap detailing regulatory and policy reform designed to help Australia’s biggest gas-consuming state fast-track its transition towards a renewable energy future and navigate the path to net-zero emissions.


RAA expands solar network as concerns spark demand

With the spike in global energy prices sparking increased interest in renewable technologies, the Royal Automobile Association of South Australia has expanded its solar PV and battery energy storage offerings through the acquisition of Adelaide-based installer Living Energy and Lovell Electrical.

Victoria opens $1 million funding round for clean energy projects

The Victorian government has opened a new round of funding for a $20 million initiative designed to support projects that create long-term sustainable jobs, increase the uptake of renewable energy generation and drive innovation in new energy technologies.


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