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Australia targets 32 GW of renewables with investment scheme

Australian Energy Minister Chris Bowen has announced a major expansion of the Commonwealth-funded Capacity Investment Scheme that will now target 32 GW of renewable generation and storage capacity to support the nation’s clean energy transition.


Construction begins on 1.2 MW modular PV plant in Australia

Modular PV array manufacturer 5B is deploying its preassembled, relocatable modular solar tech in a solar and battery energy storage project on Bathurst Island, Australia.

Fortescue continues US expansion with new clean energy manufacturing plant

Australian mining and green energy major Fortescue has revealed plans to establish a new clean energy technology manufacturing plant in the United States, as it looks to take advantage of the US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).


BP advances 100 MW green hydrogen project in Australia

BP will look at deploying a 100 MW electrolyser to produce renewable hydrogen for Australia and export markets. It aims to transform its former Kwinana oil refinery site in Western Australia into a green fuels hub.


Former Sun Cable CEO to lead Australia’s 5B

Former Sun Cable CEO David Griffin has been appointed to the top job at Australian modular PV array manufacturer 5B, where he will oversee the rollout of its solar energy solutions.

Green Gravity signs deal for energy storage tech in Romania

Green Gravity, an Australian energy storage startup, says it will explore opportunities to deploy its gravitational energy storage technology in Europe, after signing an agreement with Romanian state-owned energy producer Complexul Energetic Valea Jiului SA.

Quinbrook targets 10 GWh battery rollout after signing CATL supply deal

Australia’s Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners has signed a supply deal with Chinese battery manufacturer CATL that is expected to support the deployment of more than 10 GWh of energy storage systems over the next five years.

Fortescue scraps plans for 5.4 GW of wind, solar, storage in Australia

Mining giant Fortescue has abandoned plans to build a 5.4 GW solar, wind and battery energy storage project that was set to provide renewable energy to power its iron ore mining operations in Western Australia.

Bluetti introduces new modular residential battery system

Bluetti, a US solar and storage specialist, has developed a modular 7,600 W lithium iron phosphate battery system for residential settings, with 9.9 kWh to 19.8 kWh of flexible energy storage capacity.

Australian hydrogen company targets US with heat-reaction tech

Star Scientific, an Australian hydrogen technology company, is set to expand its market presence by partnering with a US-based research facility to advance its heat reaction technology, which efficiently generates heat for industrial use by using renewable hydrogen.


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