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GSES: The Growing Potential of Stand-Alone Power Systems

October 25, 2018 3:13 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Stand-Alone Power Systems (SAPS) have been an alternative and a solution for many decades to power devices, telecommunications, buildings and communities that experience practical or financial barriers to grid electrification, be it in rural areas or in developing countries. SAPS have been used to provide small scale portable lighting, water pumping,…

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How Storage can fix Australia’s energy crisis

September 24, 2018 1:21 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Submitted by Stephen Thompson, Arup Australasia Over the past two decades the Australian energy market has undergone major transformation as technology and policy have shaped the 21st Century electricity network. The changes have unfortunately not been accompanied by either the same pace of regulatory reform, system planning or policy stability…

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The Queensland Electric Super Highway – a significant move towards EV adoption

February 22, 2018 11:29 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by Paul Sernia, Chief Product Officer, Founder, Tritium Seven months ago, the Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads announced it was going to build ‘the world’s longest electric super charger highway in a single state’ as part of its commitment to encourage Queenslanders to support, and accelerate, the uptake…

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How is Australia preparing for the electric and autonomous future of transportation?

January 22, 2018 12:55 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by Ben Selwin. The lesson of Nokia “We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost.” -Nokia CEO Stephen Elop Before Apple’s iPhone came along and spoiled the party, Nokia reigned supreme. The Finnish phone maker began taking over the mobile phone world in the late 1990s and peaked…

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Are you ready for an electric car?

December 8, 2017 11:31 am Published by Leave your thoughts

By Carola Jones Electric Vehicles (EVs) are becoming more and more common on our roads. Driving an EV minimises harmful NOX emissions and filling up a car with electricity is cheaper than with fuel. More importantly, they are also a lot of fun to drive. Most people who have tried…

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Financing battery storage+renewable energy

November 22, 2017 10:18 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Horizon Power is leading the delivery of renewable energy solutions in remote and regional Western Australia, with installation of the first utility-standard Stand-alone Power System (SPS) in Western Australia’s north. 2017 saw a raft of state-run tenders launched in Australia for utility-scale storage development, driven by the rapidly falling costs…

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Integrating Solar, Battery Storage and Smart EV Charging

November 16, 2017 10:30 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Electric vehicles (EVs) have gone from futuristic fantasy to a global inevitability. China, the UK and France are leading the charge, all of which have made announcements to ban or limit sales of new cars with internal combustion engines by about 2040. Australia is still lagging behind, due in part…

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Positive developments for residential storage: product standards update

September 27, 2017 3:32 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The controversy around standards for residential on-site storage batteries is moving closer to a sensible resolution following a round table discussion between industry big wigs earlier this month. As readers will be aware draft AS/NZS 5139 requires batteries to be installed outside of residential premises. On its release for consultation…

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A step closer to FCAS participation for aggregated battery storage

August 23, 2017 1:54 pm Published by Leave your thoughts
A step closer to FCAS participation for aggregated battery storage - Liam Rogers

Article by Liam Rogers, Lawyer, MARQUE Lawyers Pty Ltd, 02 8216 3034  Recent rule changes to unbundle ancillary services and reclassify market loads bring aggregated battery storage providers closer to offering frequency services to AEMO. The first rule change promotes more demand side participation in the ancillary services market by unbundling…

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LG high efficient panels – A must have for Tesla

July 24, 2017 4:14 pm Published by Leave your thoughts
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Interview with Markus Lambert, Head of LG Electronics’ Energy Division, Australia Markus Lambert, the head of LG Energy  has been working in the solar industry since 2006. In that time he has seen many changes and he believes the best decades of solar and batteries are still in front of…

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