Daily Archives: April 14, 2020

Watchdog to consider audit of UNGI program as legal questions loom

By Michael Mazengarb Federal government expenditure watchdog flags it may audit the Morrison government’s UNGI program, with further questions raised about its legality. The post Watchdog to consider audit of UNGI program as legal questions loom appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

“Shovel-ready” Wangaratta solar farm kicks off quest for investors

By Sophie Vorrath Energy Estate confident of finding investors for Sun Farms’ 30MW Wangaratta solar farm, which it says is strategically located on Victoria’s crowded grid. The post “Shovel-ready” Wangaratta solar farm kicks off quest for investors appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Australian renewables nudge milestone 25% share in last 12 months

By Sophie Vorrath Latest report shows renewables, including rooftop solar, fell just a fraction short of a 25% share of Australia’s main grid in past 12 months. The post Australian renewables nudge milestone 25% share in last 12 months appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Solution providers (energy) in Brazil: are you prepared for the future?

By Rafael Herzberg Solution providers (energy) in Brazil: are you prepared for the future?In the developed world, there is an ongoing list of initiatives that is changing the energy business.Is your company articulating to offer the solutions that will be demanded by the market?Of course, there is a predominant posture in our Brazilian business environment,…

John Pierce’s legacy: Blinkered policies are fragmenting NEM

By David Leitch Nowhere is the AEMC’s obstinacy and pursuit of ideological perfection over a good outcome more obvious than in the COGATI and MLF reform process. The post John Pierce’s legacy: Blinkered policies are fragmenting NEM appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

California set to be home to another 100MW battery project

By Joshua S Hill CPA signs its first Energy Storage Agreement – the largest such deal by a local power purchasing authority in California. The post California set to be home to another 100MW battery project appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Can The US Afford A Fracking Ban?

By Ron Miller The United States is now the #1 producer of natural gas in the world with arguably the lowest price gas in the world. There is a movement to ban horizontal hydraulic fracking in the US, however, we need to evaluate the facts and benefits of fracking before such a monumental action is…

Six-junction solar cell sets two world records for efficiency

Scientists have fabricated a solar cell with an efficiency of nearly 50%. The six-junction solar cell now holds the world record for the highest solar conversion efficiency at 47.1%, which was measured under concentrated illumination. A variation of the same cell also set the efficiency record under one-sun illumination at 39.2%. Read Full Article Here…

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