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Maxeon adds another PV module to AC series

Singapore-based solar manufacturer Maxeon has unveiled the new Performance 3 AC panel, the latest addition to its AC range.


Australian state approves 600 MW solar+battery project

The authorities in New South Wales have approved a massive solar+storage project, paving the way for construction to start in the Australian state next year.

Australian grid operator reveals plans for 2.5 GW renewable energy hub

Spark Investment, an electricity network owner, has announced plans to develop a 2.5 GW renewable energy hub in New South Wales as it continues to move beyond owning regulated network infrastructure and into renewable generation assets.


New research points to cheaper green hydrogen by 2030

New modeling by Monash University researchers has shown that the cost of green hydrogen with solar PV could satisfy the Australian government’s economic stretch goal of AUD 2 ($1.50) per kilogram by as early as 2030.


Grid connection is key culprit as investor confidence wanes in Australia

Ongoing grid connection issues and concerns about Australia’s unpredictable regulatory and policy environment have been identified as the key culprits with a new report revealing investor confidence in the nation’s renewable energy sector has slumped to a five-year low.


Solar+battery project has Australian town on target for 100% renewables

The small town of Yackandandah in northeast Victoria is one step closer to being powered by 100% renewable energy with the state’s first behind-the-meter, community-owned solar PV and battery energy storage system the latest addition to its community’s energy generation strategy.


Maoneng planning 225 MW/450 MWh big battery in Australia

Maoneng has revealed plans to build a 225 MW/450 MWh utility-scale storage system in South Australia.


Australia’s ‘unsafe’ solar installation standards under fire

Australia is a world leader in rooftop solar deployment, but the head of Queensland-based renewables company REA Global has criticized the nation’s solar installation standards for being out of date and unsafe.


Australian PV module maker sets sights on world stage

Australian PV module manufacturer Tindo Solar says it is confident that it can compete with the world’s biggest manufacturers, as it recently secured fresh state funding.

Canberra moves forward with new PV module recycling rules

The Australian federal government’s call for the solar industry to address the issue of PV module waste has coincided with new plans by the Australian Capital Territory government to look at new panel recycling options.


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