The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has today released its Summer Readiness Plan, with sufficient energy supply forecast across the National Electricity Market (NEM), but uncertainty remains on the impact of COVID-19.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has committed $125 million on behalf of the Australian Government to help finance the development of grid infrastructure critical to the delivery of the Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro project.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will invest capital in green hydrogen developer H2U Investments and deliver the front end engineering and design study for the company’s Eyre Peninsula Gateway project in South Australia.
Leading energy sector lawyer and innovator Anna Collyer has been announced as the new chair of the AEMC.
The Australian Energy Market Operator has announced the appointment of the Consumer Panel tasked with engaging with AEMO throughout the development process for the 2022 Integrated System Plan.
LONGi is happy to announce that it has successfully supplied its Hi-MO 4 Series modules for Southeast Asia’s largest solar plant, Phase I of the Xuan Thien Ea Sup Project in Dak Lak, Vietnam. Commissioned by Xuan Thien Group on November 15, 2020, the 600 MWac / 831 MWp utility-scale solar plant is estimated to have an electricity output of 1.5 billion kWh per year.
S-5!, the world’s leading authority on metal roof attachment solutions, continues its Metal Roof Mastery Webinar Series, specifically tailored for solar installers in Australia and New Zealand markets.
Growatt is also planning to launch its second generation batteries that can work with the SPH and SPA series, the most popular storage inverters in Australia.
Grassroots Renewable Energy and CWP Renewables (CWP) are merging to form one of the largest independent renewable energy power producers in Australia. The merged entity will retain the name CWP Renewables, given the long-standing market recognition for CWP as a leading Australian renewables brand.
SMA has closed a contract with Sterling and Wilson for the 162MW Columboola Solar Farm, the second largest solar farm in Queensland, Australia. 39 Medium Voltage Power Stations and an SMA Power Plant Controller to control the electricity flows in the PV plant will form the backbone of the project. With the SMA solution, this PV project will be a key contributor to Queensland’s 50% renewable energy target of by 2030.
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