As long as Australia's energy networks hold on to their inflated asset base, and generators and retailers to their inflated profit margins, consumers will have no choice but to take matters into their own hands with solar and battery storage. But what a hopeless failure in public policy that would be.
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A key part of the $386 million Powering North Queensland Plan will commence today.
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New 50MW Hayman solar farm to go merchant, as US investor BlackRock makes first big move into renewables with two solar farm investments.
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A call to retailers; Information about discounts will be simpler, but you’ll still have to do the legwork to shop around.
You can make a battery out of a lemon, a tomato, an orange or a stack of pennies. And now you can make a battery using spit.
RCR Tomlinson Ltd is pleased to announce that it has been awarded two contracts for the 150MWac Daydream Solar Farm and the 50MWac Hayman Solar Farm, developed and maintained by Edify Energy Pty Ltd.
AGL says new coal plants not economically rational; facilities like Liddell will be replaced by wind, solar, batteries, pumped hydro and other firming capacity.