2017 Federal Budget – Impact on Renewable Energy

19-05-2017 / Category : Finance Finance Tips News

In a win to the renewable energy industry coming from the 2017 Federal Budget, its small business who continue benefiting from the extension to the "small business tax break". “Using tax benefits outlined in the 2017 budget an SME will actually get PAID to install solar in the first year – and then the...

RenewEconomy | Australian households to install one million batteries by 2020

06-05-2017 / Category : News

From RenewEconomy: Households on Australia’s National Electricity Market are still expected to install a total of one million battery storage units within just three years, according to the latest estimates of global investment group Morgan Stanley – in a rush to the technology driven by some of the hi...

Climate Central | The Arctic Is Warm Again Because Of Course It Is

30-04-2017 / Category : News

From Climate Central: Mild weather has been the norm for the region month after month for awhile now. But while these stories have become ...

ThinkProgress: Clean energy employs more people than fossil fuels in nearly every U.S. state

22-04-2017 / Category : News

From: Think Progress Nationally, clean energy jobs outnumber fossil fuel jobs by more than 2.5 to 1, according to a ...

CNBC: Wind power records set in Scotland and India

16-04-2017 / Category : News

CNBC: In a news release on Monday the environmental group said that turbines produced enough electricity to meet, on average, the electrical needs of 136 percent of Scottish households, equivalent to 3.3 million homes. This represented an increase of 81 percent compared to March 2016. Scottish wind turb...

ThinkProgress: Renewables shatter records as coal production drops to 1978 levels

12-04-2017 / Category : News

Think Progress Renewable power keeps shattering records in the United States and around the world. Meanwhile, U.S. coal production has fallen to its lowest level since 1978, ...

Thermo-chemical energy: Uni Newcastle unveils challenge to solar + storage…

09-04-2017 / Category : News

A new competitor has entered the distributed generation market and is taking on solar and battery storage with a twist on co-generation technology that can produce heat, hot water and 24-hour power – as well as oxygen and hydrogen. Uni Newcastle and Infratech unveil thermo-chemical competitor to rooftop...

New standard could restrict and add costs to extra solar and battery storage – One Step Off The Grid | One Step Off The Grid

06-04-2017 / Category : News

One Step of The Grid: A new, Australia-wide electricity standard has been introduced that gives networks the power to limit the size of household solar systems – including some solar plus storage configurations – and which could add significant costs to households looking to add more solar ...

South Australia to get $1bn solar farm and world’s biggest battery | Environment | The Guardian

31-03-2017 / Category : News

The Guardian: A huge $1bn solar farm and battery project will be built and ready to operate in South Australia’s Riverland region by the end of the year.   Source: ...

Josh Frydenberg and Jay Weatherill trade blows over the state’s energy plans – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

16-03-2017 / Category : News

In a fiery press conference, Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg and SA Premier Jay Weatherill trade blows over SA's plans to go it alone in energy supply for the...

Billionaire tweets signal end of the road for fossil fuel dinosaurs : Renew Economy

14-03-2017 / Category : News

Renew Economy Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk has long predicted the imminent end of the fossil fuel era. But it took a couple of tweets between him and another billionaire, Australia’s Mike Cannon-Brookes, on Friday to highlight just how close this is. Weekend tweets between tech ...

Tesla’s Elon Musk in Talks with Government to Fix SA’s Energy Crisis.

13-03-2017 / Category : Finance Finance Tips Installation Solar

In a further development from last week’s claim he could fix the S...

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2017 Federal Budget – Impact on Renewable Energy

In a win to the renewable energy industry coming from the 2017 Federal Budget, its small business who continue benefitin...

RenewEconomy | Australian households to install one million batteries by 2020

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Climate Central | The Arctic Is Warm Again Because Of Course It Is

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