Renewable and clean energy sources

Federal Government’s first Low Emissions Technology Statement 2020 – Released

The Federal Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor has released the Federal Government’s first Low Emissions Technology Statement…[Read More]

Prof Garnaut report on SA Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities: Released

The SA Government has released the ‘South Australia’s Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities’ report from Australia’s climate economist, Prof. Ross…[Read More]

NSW support for new dispatchable energy technologies

NSW has announced $37.5 million support through the NSW Emerging Energy Program. This program is aimed at battery storage and…[Read More]

QLD Government seeks energy companies for renewable energy initiative

The QLD Government is investing $145M to establish 3 renewable energy zone corridors across the state, spanning from Far North…[Read More]

13 new electric vehicle charging stations for QLD

QLD will receive 13 new electric vehicle charging stations to Queensland’s Electric Vehicle Super Highway (QESH).The new fast-charging site locations…[Read More]

Draft Renewable Energy Zones Planning Rules: Comment sought

You are invited to comment on the draft Renewable Energy Zones (REZ) Planning Rules that aims to coordinate the transmission…[Read More]

More renewables to help drive Victoria’s economic recovery

Victorian Minister for Energy, the Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio announced the start of a market sounding process that…[Read More]

Circular solar trials – Expressions of interest

It is forecast that NSW will generate 3,000 – 10,000 tonnes per year of waste solar PV panels and battery…[Read More]

Energy Security Board: Renewable Energy Zones Planning – Consultation

The Energy Security Board (ESB) is seeking comment on the draft Renewable Energy Zones (REZ) Planning Rules that aim to…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Energy efficiency grants for high energy using businesses

Funding is available through the Federal Government’s Energy Efficient Communities Program for businesses across Australia that consume more than 0.05…[Read More]

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