Antinuclear

Australian news, and some related international items

19 August REneweconomy News

Redflow chooses Thailand for battery factory
Australian battery company Redflow Limited has today announced it has established a company in Thailand to manage production of its zinc-bromine flow batteries in South East Asia.
  • Researchers one step closer to efficient, colorful solar panels
    Researchers at Netherlands’ AMOLF Institute develop method to make solar panels green. Next stop, red and blue – and maybe even white.
  • Higher wind output in SA correlates with lower wholesale price
    Unlike yesterday’s chart on gas, today’s graph shows wind has the opposite effect – more output takes power prices lower.
  • Pic of the Day: Old meets new at solar-powered antique shop
    We love this winter-time image of the solar powered Smythesdale Antique shop – and the message that it sends.
  • Windlab’s 1200MW Kennedy Energy Park set for construction, after IPO windfall
    CSIRO spin-off raises $50m in IPO, taking its world-leading wind, solar, storage project in Queensland closer to financial close.
  • Australian wind delivers more record low prices, as private sector piles in
    AGL Energy secures PPA of below $60/MWh for 453MW Coopers Gap Wind Farm, to be built in Queensland by 2019 after reaching financial close Thursday. AGL chief says deal signals private sector’s readiness to invest in Australian renewables – but warns policy certainty still vital.
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August 19, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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