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Pacific Energy lands first NSW PPA and sets up shop in Victoria

Western Australian renewables infrastructure provider Pacific Energy has set up a new office in Victoria with the initial task of managing another first for the company, the delivery of a 26 MW hybrid power system in New South Wales.


Investors look offshore as red tape threatens Australian renewables target

Fast-track approvals legislation in New Zealand is catching the eye of renewable energy investors in Australia amid concerns that bureaucratic red tape is impacting the timely delivery of key clean energy generation and storage projects.

Solar-hydrogen solution rolled out for off-grid settings

A new mobile power generator that combines solar and renewable hydrogen to provide zero-emissions power for remote and off-grid applications has been unveiled by Victorian startup H2PowerBox.


CleanPeak presses go on 26 MW Victorian solar farm

Commercial solar outfit CleanPeak Energy has officially commenced building its first utility-scale PV development with construction work beginning on the 26 MW Wangaratta Solar Farm being built in northeast Victoria.

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.

Flexible demand trials in Victoria aim for better integration of renewables

Two Victorian energy companies are putting their know-how to the test by using technology to solve flexible demand issues for residential, commercial, and industrial customers, with the aim of matching variable energy sources like rooftop solar, to supply and demand.

Property giant commits to battery storage on new industrial builds

Australian-headquartered real estate group and fund manager Dexus has commenced the roll out of more than $25 million worth of battery energy storage systems coupled with rooftop solar at its new warehouses as it looks to future-proof its investment portfolio.

Silicone composite coating promises to douse pole-top fire risk

A group of Australian engineers claim to have discovered a new material to make power-pole insulators resistant to electrical sparking and fire, promising to prevent dangerous pole-top fires, reduce blackouts and lower maintenance costs.

Lithium-sulphur battery player claims to have nailed safety standards

Queensland battery tech company Li-S Energy claims to have taken a significant step towards proving the safety of its semi-solid-state lithium sulfur batteries with the third-generation technology successfully passing a series of nail penetration tests.


Victoria and SA energy storage tender attracts 19 GW of proposals

The federal government’s 32 GW Capacity Investment Scheme is already bearing fruit with a competitive tender seeking 600 MW of energy storage capacity in Victoria and South Australia attracting 19,000 MW of project proposals.


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