Energy Management Systems

UQ’s Tesla battery is paying for itself

The University of Queensland has released a performance report on the Tesla Powerpack it installed in December 2019. Across a range of revenue streams, the Powerpack is already earning the university some serious cash.

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WePower shows data centres how to save and rave about their renewable cred

Commercial and industry sectors need a path to transition. In a new study released today, WePower picks the low-hanging fruit, identifying data centres as ripe for renewables.

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Solar feed-in upgrade to Energy Made Easy Govt comparison website

Last week the Morrison Government launched the revamped version of its energy price comparison website, Energy Made Easy. The website carries new features installed by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) designed to help Australians get a better deal on their energy bill.

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Solar shopping in the Sunshine State

Topping off a big week for solar in Queensland, Premier Palaszczuk announced the partnership between Energy Queensland owned Yurika and the Queensland Investment Corporation which will see 15 MW of solar installed across five shopping centres.

Time to enable shovel-ready renewable projects to repower Australia’s economy

Renewable energy is forging through the Covid-19 crisis and ready to contribute even more than cheaper, cleaner energy to Australia’s recovery from the economic disaster brought on by the pandemic. A Clean Energy Council forum held today provides strategies and resources for Government and business to apply to a revitalised, more resilient future.

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Octopus intel to power Origin customer experience

In coming years digital services will transform end-to-end energy management, from the point of generation to bill payment. Origin Energy has announced plans to adopt Octopus’s Kraken platform as it also buys a piece of the tech-tailer’s action.

Nectr executive scores CEC Women in Renewables AICD scholarship

At start-up Australian renewable-energy retailer Nectr, an executive team champions diversity, and its strategy leader takes home a scholarship to boost women’s confidence in corporate governance. The future looks refreshingly different.

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NEM 2.0 – COAG sets out for two-sided market

The COAG Energy Council’s plan to unlock Australia’s potential to reindustrialise its energy system has taken another step forward with the publishing of an Energy Security Board consultation paper. The paper discusses what the two-sided market required to free up the potential of household energy technology will look like.

The NEM saw 25% renewable generation in March

Rystad Energy’s analysis of the Australian National Electricity Market over the month of March revealed 25% generation from renewable sources as large-scale solar powers ahead.

NT Solar installations fall as FIT slashed by 66%

The Northern Territory Government stated openly that it would fund its new household and business battery scheme by massively reducing the feed-in tariff paid to new rooftop generators. The immediate result seems to have been an instant retreat from rooftop solar installation that threatens NT solar businesses.

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