New Zealand’s largest wind farm turns 20! 13 February From humble and ambitious beginnings as a 48 turbine, 31MW project, the Tararua Wind Farm, now 134 turbines and 161MW, is New Zealand’s largest wind farm, both in terms of number of turbines and installed capacity. Today, Stage 1 of the Tararua Wind Farm is celebrating…

Backing reliable energy for commercial and industrial users 8 February Joint media release with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, the Hon Michael McCormack MP, Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia, the Hon Keith Pitt MP and Assistant Minister for Northern Australia, the Hon Michelle Landry MP The Australian…

The International Microgrid Association partner with IQPC Australia to deliver the first microgrid event in the Southern Hemisphere The International Quality and Productivity Centre (IQPC) Australia have formed a key partnership with the International Microgrid Association (IMA) to deliver the first microgrid summit in the southern hemisphere, hosted in Perth, Western Australia. This international summit…

Record new renewable capacity in 2019 23 January Australia is a world leader in renewable energy. In 2019, we set new records for renewable capacity installation and total electricity generated from renewables. The Clean Energy Regulator estimates that a record 6.3 gigawatts (GW) of new renewable capacity was installed in 2019, 24 per cent above…