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Renewables could meet all electricity demand in Australia at certain times of day by 2025

Accelerating deployment of utility-scale solar and wind means much of Australia could have sufficient renewable generation to meet 100% of consumer demand at certain...

Australian researchers develop bifacial solar cell with 96.3% bifacial factor

Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra have produced a dual-sided silicon solar cell with a front conversion efficiency of 24.3% and...

AI-powered bidding platform for Australia’s biggest solar farm

Australian renewables developer Edify Energy and U.K.-based investor Octopus Group have deployed technology provider Fluence’s artificial intelligence-based trading platform to optimize the trading of...

Australian government backs new hydrogen research program

Australia’s federal government has allocated AUD 5 million ($3.7 million) to the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to support hydrogen research. The...

Rooftop Solar Installations in Australia Inch to 256 MW in March 2021

In March 2021, Australian rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) installations came to 256 MW, a 1.2% increase compared to 253 MW in February 2021. Australia now...

Getting Australia’s hydrogen economy right

Hydrogen – the universe’s smallest molecule today holds perhaps its loftiest promise. However, the energy transition needs to be thoughtfully designed. Nicky Ison, WWF...

Australia Added 2.8 GW of Rooftop Solar Capacity in 2020

Australia installed 2.8 GW of rooftop solar capacity in 2020, a 33% increase compared to 2.1 GW in 2019, according to data released by...

Ikea invests more in solar by the day

In 2019, IKEA invested $2.8 billion in green energy, which contributed to the 1 million solar panels it was able to install on 370...

Bidding war continues as Infigen backs Iberdrola’s revised offer

The bidding war for Australia’s largest ASX-listed renewable energy generator has continued as rivals increased their respective offers. On Monday, Philippines-linked investment company UAC...

Australia approves 720 MW solar farm with massive battery

Plans to develop a 720 MW solar farm coupled with up to 400 MWh of battery storage have passed an important milestone now that...

Significant decline in potentially unsafe PV systems in Australia

The number of Australian rooftop solar systems that can be labeled as unsafe or potentially unsafe has drastically declined, proving the efficiency of solar...

Australian renewables zone attracts 27 GW of solar, wind, battery proposals

Plans to deliver 3 GW of firmed renewable energy in the Australian state of New South Wales have generated massive interest from prospective developers....

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Concrete Banking Rules and Uniform State Policies Key to Open Access Solar Growth

Mercom hosted a?session?on ‘Open Access Solar – an Ideal Solution to Reduce Carbon Footprint and Operating Costs for C&I Entities’ at?‘Mercom India Solar Forum...

Lenders Reluctant to Finance Rooftop Solar Due to Lack of Resale Market

Mercom hosted a virtual conference, ‘Mercom India Solar Forum 2021‘on October 21, 2021. In one of the sessions titled ‘Rooftop Solar – Demand is Up...

A Self-Sustained Solar Manufacturing Ecosystem Could be in Place in India in 2 to 3 years

The growing needs of the Indian solar industry and COVID-19 related supply chain disruptions have increased the need for developing a self-sustaining manufacturing ecosystem. The...

Project Finance Brief: Galp Energia Acquires 594 MW of Solar Projects in Brazil

From: Mercom Capital Group Portuguese energy company Galp agreed to acquire and develop solar projects in Brazil with a combined capacity of 594 MW, moving...