New report pinpoints how concessional finance can make wind, solar, and batteries cost-competitive faster in developing countries, accelerating the shift from fossil-fuelled power.
Victorians are getting the extra support they need to drive down their energy costs, with rebates now available for solar hot water systems as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s Solar Homes package.
Engie is a leader in the energy transition and aims to become a major player in renewable hydrogen. Yara’s purpose is feeding the planet responsibly. The two companies are joining forces in Australia to prove that the time to apply green hydrogen technology to industry is now.
Acciona Energy has expanded its strategic partnership with commercial and industrial clients by signing a corporate Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Australian leading energy company Viva Energy, to support its strategically important Geelong Refinery in Victoria.
After months of hard work, we’d like to welcome you to the brand new All-Energy Australia website. We’re excited about the new design, and we think you will be too.
The renewable energy promises emerging from the NSW election campaign are commendable, but the lack of consideration of the impact on the electricity grid is a concern, Energy Networks Australia CEO Andrew Dillon said today.
The Australian Energy Market Commission and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to formalise cooperation on the broad program of work currently underway to facilitate innovation in Australia’s energy markets.
Origin has entered into an agreement to acquire OC Energy, expanding its centralised energy services business.
The Australian Energy Council welcomes the Government’s decision not to progress its big stick legislation through the current Parliament.
Global sustainable energy solutions provider Vestas today entered a partnership with Geelong-based manufacturing company, Marand Precision Engineering (Marand), for its new wind turbine manufacturing facility in Geelong. The partnership will allow Vestas to bring its world-class wind turbine assembly and testing capabilities to Victoria, thereby supporting and expanding the Victorian renewable energy sector.
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