Swansea University’s 120 kilowatt-hours (kWh) Redflow battery installation is now commissioned and operating, storing and supplying renewable energy on a microgrid that powers the Swansea University Active Building demonstrator.
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A new research hub will work to improve the safety and reliability of energy storage technologies, including batteries.
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Australia ranks second last in world for climate action in the latest assessment of progress towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals, beaten only by Brunei.
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Gallium-doped M10 standard silicon wafers (182mm) and Smart Soldering technologies deliver high power performance and long-term reliability.
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A map of existing generation plants in NSW, including coal, gas, biomass, solar and wind.
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It's a time of low output for rooftop solar, and the share of large scale wind and solar is also off its peak, but Australia's power prices are still at low levels.
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Former Socceroos captain calls for Australia to use role as 2023 World Cup hosts to show leadership on climate change.
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New strategies in Arizona, Colorado, Florida and New Mexico signal an abrupt break with fossil fuels.
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Barnaby Joyce has a new anecdote about renewables, as the conservative campaign agains wind and solar and in favour of nuclear enters a new phase.
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Australia's secretive defence operations headquarters, HQJOC, set to be solar powered with 1.9MW solar farm.
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UPC says it has federal approval for Jim's Plain wind and solar hub in Tasmania, and is now seeking final approvals for Robbins Island wind project and transmission line.
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IEA warns cuts to clean tech research and development funding as Australia's Coalition government ponders future of Australian Renewable Energy Agency
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Spain ceased operations at nearly half of its coal-fired power stations on June 30, shuttering seven out of its 15 plants totalling 4,630MW.
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Deakin warmly welcomes the Australian Government’s announcement for the University to take stewardship of the Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Research Hub in New Safe and Reliable Energy Storage and Conversion Technologies.
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Port of Newcastle (PON) is one of seven Hunter institutions that have united to advocate for and drive local adoption of the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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Analysis shows publicly-listed fossil fuel companies ranked amongst the ASX worst performers for the last decade.
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One of Australia's biggest and most respected C&I solar contractors, Todae Solar, goes into voluntary administration.
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Renewables in Germany surge past 55 per cent market share for first half of 2020, including a new monthly record set in February of 61.8 per cent.
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Australian Energy Regulator revives talk of plans to charge households a network fee for exporting excess rooftop solar back into the grid.
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Reaction to zero emissions target and 5-minute settlements indicates a growing split among big energy companies over the pace of the renewables transition in Australia.
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