State policies boost confidence in clean energy sector to highest levels, despite Covid-19 disruptions and lacklustre federal energy policy.
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A map of existing generation plants in South Australia, including wind, solar, gas and battery storage. But no coal or hydro.
Solar developers look to downsize their projects to avoid complex connection rules that have delayed and added costs to many large scale projects.
Japan looks to shut down or mothball 100 ageing and inefficient coal generators over the next decade.
Swansea University’s 120 kilowatt-hours (kWh) Redflow battery installation is now commissioned and operating, storing and supplying renewable energy on a microgrid that powers the Swansea University Active Building demonstrator.
A new research hub will work to improve the safety and reliability of energy storage technologies, including batteries.
Australia ranks second last in world for climate action in the latest assessment of progress towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals, beaten only by Brunei.
Gallium-doped M10 standard silicon wafers (182mm) and Smart Soldering technologies deliver high power performance and long-term reliability.
A map of existing generation plants in NSW, including coal, gas, biomass, solar and wind.
It's a time of low output for rooftop solar, and the share of large scale wind and solar is also off its peak, but Australia's power prices are still at low levels.