Champions of fossil-fuel generation have long complained that jobs losses have been one of the biggest detriments to the decommissioning of coal-fired power plants. And renewable energy sources do nothing to help replace those jobs. Not so, according to a panel of experts at the recent Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition held at the … Continue reading Renewable jobs market underplayed
In our ongoing series talking to industry leaders, we have a chat with Solgen Energy Group executive general manager David Naismith about renewable energy, the solar industry and the challenges borne out of the growing solar power storage sector.
The international trade association for suppliers of broadcast and media technology (IABM) has given its International Award for Excellence in Sustainability to Broadcast Australia for installing a solar battery solution designed and delivered by Photon Energy.
Perovskites, once on the fringes of solar cell research, have fast become the “it” materials for advancing solar power.
A team at Stanford has made significant strides toward solving the solar storage issue, demonstrating the most efficient means yet of storing electricity captured from sunlight in the form of chemical bonds.
Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have set a world record for efficiency for their solar thermal dish, which generates steam that could be used for power stations.
Industry groups, clean energy companies and electricity users have penned an open letter to the government, requesting a compromise on the RET.
Cook Medical Australia has installed a 706 square metre solar panel field at the company’s Brisbane headquarters.
The $9 million projects will also facilitate the commercialisation of high-temperature solar thermal technology.
A South Australian dairy manufacturer sought an advanced solar tube heating solution from Greenland Systems to reduce their dependence on expensive LPG.
A solar power company has dropped plans to develop plants for the retail market, saying the government is more interested in conventional energy.
Charlesworth Nuts has installed a new solar power system at their factory in Marion.
The Anthill awards recognise companies that are doing things differently to bring about positive change.
The array includes 340 Upsolar smart modules and will power Hilton Manufacturing’s sheet metal fabrication plant in Dandenong.