Redflow lands potentially massive battery supply deal with Soul Energy

By Sophie Vorrath Redflow wins “preferred supplier” status to NZ-based Soul Energy, in deal that could yield orders for hundreds of the Australian company’s zinc bromine flow batteries. The post Redflow lands potentially massive battery supply deal with Soul Energy appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Infigen buys first gas plant to support more cheap renewables

By Giles Parkinson Infigen says “firm renewables” cost between $55 to $67/MWh – well below the price of the current coal-dominated grid. The post Infigen buys first gas plant to support more cheap renewables appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Oil Companies Join Corporate Lobbying Push for U.S. Carbon Tax

By Stephane Bilodeau Such as many persons, stakeholders, financial organizations, etc., fossil fuel companies have been shifting their position on climate change in response to pressure from investors and growing public alarm about Earth’s rising temperature. And economists have long favoured a carbon tax as a simple, predictable approach to putting a price on the…

BHP sees early end for thermal coal, plugs in to electric future

By Giles Parkinson and Michael Mazengarb BHP sees early end for thermal coal, huge oppotunities in electric vehicles and renewable energy technologies, and a decarbonised future far different from the Coalition government. The post BHP sees early end for thermal coal, plugs in to electric future appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For…

From the show floor at WINDPOWER 2019

By Michelle Froese This week’s WINDPOWER 2019 has showcased one of its largest exhibits in five years to accommodate record levels of development and business in the industry. The American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) annual event — and the largest in North America — returned to Houston, a powerhouse for the energy sector. WindCom Chronos…

Stakes for energy and climate policy are high in EU elections

By Rachel Waldholz Results will shape EU climate and energy policy for next five years, with major ramifications for Germany, Europe, and the global effort to create a climate-friendly economy. The post Stakes for energy and climate policy are high in EU elections appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

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