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Global glass shortage sparks warning for Australian solar industry

Shanghai-based solar module manufacturer Sunman has warned government-imposed restrictions on the manufacture of glass in China could have an enormous effect on Australia’s booming solar industry.

NSW government poised to energise Australia’s biggest REZ

Australia’s largest Renewable Energy Zone (REZ) is set to be energised with the New South Wales Government announcing it will soon seek registrations of interest from solar, wind and energy storage project proponents keen to be part of the massive 8 GW New England REZ.

GM’s all-electric push is wake-up call for Australia: EVC

The Electric Vehicle Council (ECV) has taken a swipe at Australia’s politicians, claiming they are “Holden” the nation back after automotive giant General Motors announced it is going all electric and plans to be carbon neutral by 2040 in its global products and operations.


Major milestone for world’s biggest solar project

The world’s biggest solar and storage project is a step closer to realisation with the Northern Territory Government and Singaporean-based Sun Cable signing a milestone agreement which will advance development of the $22 billion Australia-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL).


Business Council backs climate change bill

Australia’s most powerful business lobby has thrown its support behind independent MP Zali Steggall’s proposed climate change legislation, saying it provides a high-level policy framework that can serve as a starting point to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 in Australia.

Real Energy signs JV to develop large-scale hydrogen hubs

Australian-listed oil and gas exploration and development company Real Energy has continued its push into renewable energy, signing a joint venture agreement with private company Liberty Hydrogen to develop four large-scale hydrogen hubs on Australia’s east coast.


WA continues push to become green hydrogen superpower

French renewables giant Engie and Pilbara ammonia producer Yara have secured $2 million in funding from a West Australian Government seemingly determined to transform the state into a renewable hydrogen superpower.


Surprise loss of ~420 MW of rooftop PV in South Australia shows forecasting key for future

An unexpected loss of more than 400 MW of rooftop PV in South Australia earlier this month has reinforced how critical accurate forecasting tools are for the management of networks with high shares of renewable energy.

World first for Gold Coast as new EV fast charger unveiled

World-first electric vehicle (EV) charging technology that is 50% quicker than existing 50 kW EV charging stations and capable of simultaneously charging two vehicles has been rolled out on the Gold Coast.

Inverter manufacturer doubles warranty for Australian market

Leading solar inverter manufacturer Goodwe has doubled the warranty provided with its on-grid inverters to 10 years as the company looks to build on its success in the Australian residential rooftop PV market with an increased presence in the commercial sector.

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