New Report Shows Wind and Solar Could Generate Zero Carbon Gas Grid by 2050

A new report has shown that large-scale solar and wind energy generation would form the foundation of a zero-carbon gas network, aside from being the key to decarbonise Australia’s electricity grid. Energy Networks Australia published … Read more

South Australia Contracts SIMEC ZEN Energy to Expedite its Switch to 100% Renewables

In order to expedite its shift to 100 percent renewable energy, the South Australia government has contracted SIMEC ZEN Energy while it waits for the Aurora 150MW solar tower and molten salt storage project to … Read more

Initial Stage of Kennedy Energy Park Begins Construction

The construction on the initial 60MW of a proposed 1200MW Kennedy Energy Park in north Queensland has begun and the ceremonial turning of the sod was held on Monday. The $160 million initial phase of … Read more

Progress on Australia’s First Offshore Wind Farm Takes Shape

The planned first offshore wind farm which will be located off the coast of Victoria has taken a big improvement after one of the leading offshore wind developers in the world has brought in on … Read more

Northern Territory to Switch to 50% Renewables by 2030

After releasing the Roadmap to Renewables report yesterday, the Northern Territory government has given huge support for the plan of switching the territory to at least 50 percent renewable energy by 2030. It also revealed a new funding for rooftop solar and grid upgrades.