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Australia wants to certify green hydrogen with German expertise

The Australian Smart Energy Council and Deutsche Energie-Agentur will work together to develop a scheme to certify renewable hydrogen and carbon-neutral power fuels.


Neoen plans 500 MW / 1000 MWh battery in Australia

Neoen Australia has filed planning documents for a 500 MW / 1000 MWh big battery to be built west of Sydney.


Redflow battery customer trials give the final finesse before production begins

Redflow CEO, Tim Harris, is confident the company’s Gen3 flow battery will go into production in the first half of this year, once the results from its customer trial are evaluated.

Another Vanadium redox flow battery to be installed in Australia

A vanadium redox flow battery will be installed at a Western Australian caravan park in the new year. Supplied by VSun Energy, the installation advances its parent company’s vanadium endeavours.

Solar stocks finish 2020 on a high note

Many solar companies’ stocks have soared this year, and a number of companies have seen their share prices quadruple over the past 12 months.

Australian research improves scope, efficiency of PV light sensitizers

Australian scientists have developed an algorithm to increase both the efficiency and compatibility of light sensitizers in solar panels.

Australian car park to host thousands of solar panels

Australia’s largest shopping mall plans to install more than 400 solar-shaded parking bays as part of a multimillion-dollar parking lot upgrade.


‘Renewables superhighway’ to link Australian states

Work will proceed on a new electricity transmission line linking the Australian states of Victoria and New South Wales, under a joint funding agreement between the Victoria state government and the federal coalition.

AI model for accurate prediction of organic PV efficiency

Over the last few months, Nastaran Meftahi has been spending her time in pandemic lockdown developing a machine-learning model to predict the future of next-generation organic solar cells.

Australia puts 255 MW solar park online

The Sunraysia Solar Farm began production this week in New South Wales, after finally securing Australian Energy Market Operator approval. The array had been delayed due to technical issues.

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