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Hot results for industrial energy storage testing phase

South Australian energy storage specialist 1414 Degrees will move its SiBox thermal energy storage technology to market after 12 months of testing proved the molten silicon tech is reliable, safe, and an adaptable energy storage solution.

South Australia rolls out first community batteries in new program

The South Australian government has announced the locations for two community batteries that are to maximise the local use of cheap solar, reduce pressure on solar-heavy grids and pave the way for more rooftop PV.

ElectraNet rolls out transmission strategy to support SA’s energy transition

The private owner and operator of South Australiaʼs electricity transmission network has laid out its plans to manage the challenges and opportunities of the state’s energy transition, including investing in major transmission projects to serve an expected increase in demand.

Zen Energy starts construction on South Australian big battery

Adelaide-headquartered renewable energy gen-tailer Zen Energy will build South Australia’s second-largest battery energy storage system in a move expected to boost the reliability of electricity supply as the state gallops towards its 100% renewable energy target.


Researchers reveal path to fast-charging lithium-sulphur batteries

A team of Australian researchers has designed a new catalyst that has the potential to deliver a new generation of lithium-sulfur batteries that are capable of being charged in less than five minutes, instead of several hours as is currently the case.


H2EX and Black and Veatch assess white hydrogen potential of South Australian site

Australian-owned hydrogen and helium technology company H2EX, and US-based Black and Veatch conduct 5,991 square kilometre study on Eyre Peninsula in pursuit of white hydrogen.

Epic secures connection agreement for 200 MWh battery

South Australian energy infrastructure company Epic Energy has secured a connection agreement for a 100 MW / 200 MWh battery energy storage system that is to be installed alongside the company’s two solar farms at Mannum in the state’s Riverland region.

South Australia ramps up net 100% renewables target

The South Australian government has accelerated its net 100% renewables deadline from 2030 to 2027, declaring the target is achievable due to the state’s new wind and solar developments and investment in green hydrogen.

Energy majors sign up for South Australian hydrogen hub

Origin Energy, Fortescue and Canadian renewables company Amp Energy are among a group of energy majors that have signed up to pursue projects at the multi-billion-dollar Port Bonython hydrogen hub being developed in South Australia’s Upper Spencer Gulf region.


GFG signs green hydrogen deal for Whyalla steelworks

The South Australian government has struck a deal with GFG Alliance to explore a green hydrogen offtake agreement as the company seeks to phase out coal-based steelmaking at its Whyalla iron and steel plant in the state’s Upper Spencer Gulf.

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