Europe's first commercial wind-connected energy storage – a 2.3MW li-ion battery system – to be added to Faroe Islands' 12MW wind farm, to stabilise grid.
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Looking at what happened in Tasmania over the “extended summer” period 2014-15.
Trade, investment and divestment decisions, the province of the markets, will ultimately reshape the energy landscape.
Latest data shows large-scale renewable energy investment in Australia down 90% under Abbott, although rooftop solar grows.
Both electric cars and renewable energy stand to gain significantly from cheaper storage.
In last 18 months, agencies established to assist Australia deal with single greatest threat to our time have been disbanded, attacked, and defunded.