In an interview, E.ON CEO Johannes Teyssen explains why the company has decided to split off its conventional generation business and focus on renewables, distribution and customer solutions.
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Energex says more than one quarter of detached homes in south east Queensland now have rooftop solar.
South Africa commissions first concentrated solar power plant, a 100MW solar thermal facility with molten salt storage.
1366 Technologies will pair up with Hanwha Q Cells in a partnership that will “dramatically” reduce the cost of manufacturing solar cells.
New utility-scale solar commissioned in 2014 totalled 14.2GW, almost double 2015, and equal to global total at end 2012. Australia's contribution? Zero.
A whole town in NSW's Hunter Valley may have to be moved to accommodate a coal mine expansion. Meanwhile, National MPs flee the chamber on votes about coal, gas and farmland.
Byron Bay to announce zero net emissions initiative, including energy, transport, waste, transport and land use.
South Australia, which already gets around 40 per cent of its electricity supply from wind and solar, is supporting the idea of using battery storage so new housing estates do not need to be connected to the grid. Ultimately, this will save everyone money.
Bulldogs coach Des Hasler sign up a solar sponsorship: "Its all about electricity and energy costs."
HydroTas offshoot Entura wins €148,000 funding for plans to install mini-hydro power systems to existing water infrastructure in Durban.