An ultra-fast prototype charger with 450kW is now open to the public in Germany – and it can charge an EV in as little as three minutes.
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A group of outback EV drivers test out using an EV charger powered by a diesel generator, and the results are promising.
Environment minister Melissa Price kept as low a profile as possible in Poland climate talks, as Australia's only noticeable contribution to public debate was its declared support of fossil fuels.
Melbourne firm says it has signed offtake deal for 5MW solar and storage project in S.A. Murray River region, as stage 1 of what could become a 30MW affair.
Huge interest in clean energy transition – and technologies and policies that go with it – helped deliver more than 10m page views to RenewEconomy this year.
WA opens up igrid for just under 1GW of new large-scale renewable energy projects, as it plays catch up with the rest of Australia. And it has appointed a new energy minister to shepherd the process.
Gupta flags possible float Simec Zen Energy business and confirms interest in Coalition government's controversial tender for new dispatchable generation.
Kanowna solar farm near Moree believed to be the first to use both DC optimisers and centralised DC-coupled inverters to cater for battery storage and get around network connection hurdles.
Warren Lasher, head of system planning at the ERCOT grid in Texas, joins Energy Insiders to explain how that state is managing the huge influx of renewables - and a final wrap for the year.
The dominant assumptions regarding the transition of oil and gas companies are wrong. The evidence suggests it is far more likely they will fail, because they will not cope with the speed of change.