EcoGeneration 28 May 2015 Update

The Grattan Institute has released a report condemning the government for handing out “expensive and unfair subsidies” to the solar industry in the form of “lavish feed-in tariff schemes”, attracting widespread criticism from the sector’s peak bodies.

Australia’s largest community-owned solar farm invites investment in new Majura site

SolarShare Canberra has called for residents to get behind its proposal to the ACT Government for a 1 MW solar farm in the Majura Valley.

Bioenergy Australia 2015 calls for presenters

Bioenergy Australia is requesting expressions of interest from people who would like to give presentations at its 16th annual conference in Tasmania from 30 November–1 December.


Queensland aims for a million solar rooftops by 2020 as part of Solar Future program

Queensland is “back in business for renewables” and committed to promoting both small and large-scale solar in the state, said Mark Bailey, Queensland Minister for Energy.

Free book shows businesses how to cut their energy bills by going solar

A new ebook has been released that shows small to medium-sized businesses how to cut their energy bills by up to 60 per cent with a range of measures including...

WA council of Wanneroo to develop large-scale solar facility

A local council in the northern suburbs of Perth, WA, has laid plans for a utility-scale solar farm to help meet growing energy needs in the area.

The Federal Government agreed to a revised renewable energy target (RET) with the Opposition, after announcing that it will remove the legislated two-yearly reviews of the RET.

The Andrews Labor state government is committed to reinstating the Victorian Renewable Energy Target (VRET) and has called on the government to amend its legislation.

The Federal Government has released the 2015 Budget. Proposed cuts to the Australian Renewable Energy Agency in the 2014-15 budget remain, while small solar businesses may benefit.


Snowtown Wind Farm Stage II

With the official commissioning of the Snowtown II Wind Farm in late 2014, the total output of the combined Snowtown Wind Farm is 370 MW, making it the biggest single wind farm in South Australia.

From the Editor

Welcome to the Solar 2015 Edition of EcoGeneration.

Clean Energy Market Wrap

An update on the state of the Australian clean energy market.

Q&A with Lily D’Ambrosio

Following the election of the Andrews Government in Victoria in late 2014, EcoGeneration caught up with the Victorian Minister for Industry, Energy and Resources, Lily D’Ambrosio.

Review of the NEM in 2014

With renewable energy and climate change continuing to be contentious policy issues during 2015, Director Green Energy Markets and EcoGeneration Editorial Board Member Ric Brazzale takes a of look back at what happened in the National Electricity Market during 2014.

Searching for Australia’s best emerging tech companies

Now in its fifth year, the Australian Technologies Competition finds, mentors and celebrates the country’s best emerging technology companies across six industry categories, including Energy Technologies.

EcoGeneration launches new website

EcoGeneration has launched a newly redesigned website, ensuring readers can access the latest news and analysis in Australia’s clean energy industry quickly and easily on any device.

Solar 2015 Exhibition and Conference

The 53rd Solar Conference, presented by the Australian Solar Council, will be held in Melbourne, 13–14 May at the Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre, alongside the inaugural Energy Storage Council...

Join the storage conversation

Will energy storage be the catalyst for changing from centralised to decentralised power systems? The Australian Energy Storage Conference will seek to answer this question when it takes place from...

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