Solar fuels South Australia’s total energy demand in Australian-first

October 20, 2020

South Australia has recorded an Australian-first solar energy milestone, with the state’s energy needs being 100 per cent solar powered for one hour, between 12pm-1pm, on Sunday 11 October. Mild …
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Rooftop solar installations increase roof despite Victoria’s lockdown.

October 7, 2020

A near-record number of rooftop solar systems were installed in Australia last month, despite a plunge in Victorian installations during COVID-19 restrictions and lockdown. And Victorian installations are likely to …
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Audrey Zibelman to leave AEMO to take new role at Google X

September 30, 2020

The CEO of the Australian Energy Market Operator, Audrey Zibelman, is to leave the organisation and take up a new position as head of Google X, now known simply as …
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Perfect storm drives down NEM wholesale electricity prices, but “the only way is up”?

August 28, 2020

Reputex, a respected forecaster in the energy industry is reporting that while wholesale energy prices have been driven down during 2020, “the only way is up?”. Below is an excerpt …
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AGL forges ahead of Morrison government on Liddell coal plant shutdown

August 21, 2020

Australia’s largest energy generator, AGL, has announced the first concrete steps in shutting down its Liddell coal-fired power station in the NSW Hunter Valley, pre-empting the findings of a government …
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