There’s still time to reset political debate on clean energy ahead of Federal Election 18 February At least half of Australia’s power should be delivered by renewable energy such as solar, wind and hydro by 2030, the Clean Energy Council said today when releasing its policy directives for the upcoming Federal Election. Clean Energy Council…

Major parties in NSW taking charge on solar and storage ahead of election 10 February Substantive clean energy announcements from both the New South Wales Government and the Opposition this weekend show that both major parties have recognised the importance of the issue to voters ahead of the state election next month, the industry’s peak…

Terregra moves forward with Moyhall Solar Farm 4 February Terregra Renewables plans to start constructing its 5MW Moyhall Solar Farm within weeks and expand its growing pipeline of utility-scale solar projects in South Australia. The Moyhall Solar Farm is located on unused land approximately 7km south of Naracoorte. Terregra Renewables received planning approval for the…

Renewable geothermal heat pumps trialled at Blacktown greenfield estate 25 January The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced $500,000 in funding to Climate-KIC Australia to lead a three-year longitudinal study into the benefits of geothermal energy in the residential sector and greenfield estates. The $1.7 million project will study a commercial-scale demonstration of…