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Strategic Alliances

Amp finalises agreements for 10 GW green hydrogen project

Amp Energy is pushing “full steam ahead” on the development of a green hydrogen production facility with up to 10 GW of electrolyser capacity in South Australia after finalising commercial agreements for the multi-million-dollar project.

Genex awards Arup contract for Bulli Creek solar project

Genex Power has appointed UK-based engineering and design company Arup as owners’ engineer for the first stage of the Bulli Creek solar project that is set to become the biggest solar farm on Australia’s main grid once in operation.

Quinbrook reveals $3.5 billion ‘green iron’ project

Australian green infrastructure investor and developer Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners has announced plans to leverage its growing portfolio of renewable energy and storage projects and green hydrogen produced by a proposed 3 GW production facility to manufacture “green iron” in central Queensland.

AGA inks 3 GW electrolyser deal for NT green hydrogen project

North American hydrogen technology company Plug Power has agreed to supply up to 3 GW of electrolysers to Western Australian chemical company Allied Green Ammonia for a large-scale, renewables-based hydrogen and ammonia production project planned for the Northern Territory.

South Australian teams with California on clean energy ambitions

The South Australian and California state governments have signed an historic agreement that will see them work together on advancing the clean energy transition and the integration of renewable energies, including green hydrogen, into their respective grids.

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Siemens teams with Ampcontrol to deliver renewable energy tech solutions

Global industrial company Siemens has partnered with Australian energy solutions provider Ampcontrol to develop technology solutions for storage and grid applications for the Australian renewable energy market.

ACEN inks deal for 400 MWh battery install at New England solar site

Utility-scale energy storage solutions provider Energy Vault has struck a deal with ACEN Australia to build two new battery energy storage systems totalling 400 MWh alongside the 720 MW New England Solar Farm being developed in northern New South Wales.

Redback Technologies exits voluntary administration

Australian battery and inverter manufacturer Redback Technologies has exited voluntary administration and is now under the control of new owners Australia Ebon Group.

Victorian water authority taps into large-scale renewable energy market

Victorian government-owned water authority GWMWater is branching into large-scale renewable energy generation with construction set to begin on a 6.5 MW solar array and battery energy storage system near the town of Nhill in the state’s west.

Redflow lands second US defence battery contract

Queensland flow battery company Redflow has won a second deal with the United States Department of Defence to supply a non-lithium energy storage solution that will be deployed to improve energy security at a major naval base in Italy.

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