NSW has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to options for pumped hydro and support for a renewables-dominated grid.
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At the UN summit in Poland, nearly 200 governments agreed rules to put the historic pact into action, but failed to make strong push for faster emissions cuts
Regulator report critical of AEMO's actions in the lead-up to South Australia's System Black in 2016, but says it was not to blame for state-wide blackout.
A new political party will appear on the scene tomorrow and will seek to disrupt the “politics as usual” that Australian voters do not like, but have become used to.
Progress on joint plans of Photon Energy and Canadian Solar to develop 1.4GW of large-scale PV in NSW, as 170MW Suntop Solar Farm approved for state's central west.
AER announced changes to RIT-T making it more robust, efficient and timely, and more aligned wth AEMO’s Integrated System Plan and keeping customer power costs down.
A test drive with the Jaguar I-Pace and an interview with the company’s head of product development.
The NSW Independent Planning Commission has approved with conditions, changes to the state planning approval for the Yass Valley (Coppabella) Wind Farm in the NSW Southern Tablelands
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APA formally terminates collapsed RCR as contractor for Darling Downs solar farm, which is going through final commissioning.
NSW approves state's 49th large-scale solar farm, a 275MW plus 100MWh of battery storage project proposed by Edify Energy for Darlington Point.