Today is the beginning of a great adventure for the SolarTuk Expedition. Three Wheels. No Emissions. Seriously? Yes! And why not?! Good luck today Julian O’Shea and the rest of the team. We hope you set off in style and make good progress.
The Climate Council have just released a great video of Genex Power’s Kidston solar pumped hydro project. This is a fantastic story for the local community, jobs and of course for Australia’s energy future.
A great interview of Dr Sven Teske in the latest EcoGeneration. He always brings a broad view to the discussion with very useful insights and observations for all stakeholders. He tackles some myths that persist in Australia – “baseload” (the clue is in the name), that Europe is an interconnected supergrid (only about 10%), that […]
The last Energy Lab Deep Dive Sydney event for the year. We have been very proud to sponsor these events and look forward to next year. Come along on Tuesday 21st November, it is shaping up to be a good one. More than 1.8 billion people have committed to shifting within the next few decades […]
Zen Energy has announced plans for a lot of dispatchable renewable generation in South Australia: 1 GW of it. This is the result of Sanjeev Gupta’s investment in Zen Energy and will enable up to 680 MW of solar capacity, as well as significant battery storage, pumped hydro and demand management. Sanjeev Gupta has made […]
This is what Australia’s power generation future looks like. Despite the “but we have plenty of coal” nay-sayers, the future is very likely to be hybrid power plants like the Windlab and Vestas 60MW Kennedy Energy Park in central north Queensland. It is made up of 43MW wind, 15MW PV and a 2MW/4MWh battery. While […]