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Construction Begins On Australia’s Largest Wind Farm

Construction has begun on the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm, which will see Western Victoria become home to Australia’s biggest wind farm generating enough electricity to power more than 340,000...

FEDERAL AND STATE LABOR AT ODDS OVER COAL

Federal Labor and Victorian Labor now have diametrically opposed policies on coal – the former to shut them down, the latter to extend them – leaving workers confused and in the dark. In...

New guidelines will make connecting to the grid easier

Energy Networks Australia has today released the first in a suite of guidelines for network companies to support the fair and efficient connection of solar and battery storage to the grid. The...

Boom times: Solar citizens lead the energy revolution

MEDIA RELEASE: Thursday, May 24 2018 Rooftop solar is continuing to boom in Australia with the 2018 installation rate soaring above 2017’s record rate. Thanks to improved technology and larger...

Wind farm to generate power and jobs for the Far North

Far North Queensland residents are set to benefit from a wind farm project for up to 29 turbines as part of Neoen’s planned green power hub at Kaban 80km south west of Cairns. Minister for State...

Solar gardens to bring rooftop solar to all Australians

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced funding for a feasibility study that could allow the third of Australians who rent, live in apartments or live in low income housing...

Renewables flow for Queensland

Renewable energy continues to flow into Queensland’s electricity network, with the state’s largest solar farm to date now supplying the grid and another signed up to connect. Energy Minister Dr...