Graciosa Island in the Azores is the site of a megawatt-scale energy storage system in development by Younicos and Leclanche.
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Abbott government urged to set its emissions reduction targets at 30% by 2025 to meet its share of global challenge to limit climate change. But will Australia listen to advice from the Climate Change Authority, or defer to favoured skeptics such as Bjorn Lomborg?
Senate inquiry labelled 'gutless' after confirming network ‘gold plating’ had inflated power prices, offering little insight on how to fix the problem.
Pro-nuclear lobby groups applaud Abbott's decision to give $4m to climate contrarian Bjorn Lomborg, while claiming renewables cannot meet society's needs.
It may be possible for China to shake most of its reliance on fossil fuels by 2050, with renewables providing 80% of electricity needs.
Elon Musk was very close to selling Tesla* to Google, at least according to a new book due out May 19 from Ashlee Vance.
The aluminum-ion battery offers many significant advantages over the conventional lithium-ion batteries currently used in most electronic devices and EVs.
The solar output from more than 5500 distributed PV systems across Australia can now be monitored in real time after the launch of APVI's updated solar mapping service.
Plunging technology costs mean Australia can achieve 100% renewables and zero net emissions by 2050 at relatively low cost.
China adds more than 5GW of solar in first quarter, a level that Abbott government in Australia says is impossible to do in 5 years.