Australian news, and some related international items

6 November REneweconomy news

  • Defence seeks 12.5MW solar for Darwin barracks, RAAF base
    Defence department seeks 15.5MW of solar for Darwin barracks, RAAF base to cut energy costs and boost energy security. More are planned.
  • Know your NEM: NEG’s windfall for big three power utilities
    The proposed NEG is already delivering big gains for the big three gentailers, as Adani emerges as major Queensland issue, and REC prices fall.
  • Future-driven show heads to clean-energy hub Adelaide
    The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition (AES 2018) is heading to the nation’s clean-energy leader, Adelaide, in 2018. Registrations to exhibit and sponsor are now open.
  • Rooftop solar pushes South Australia to record low demand (again)
    Rooftop solar – along with sunny weather and mild temperatures – push grid demand in South Australia to yet another record low.
  • Herbert Smith Freehills advises New Energy Solar on its ASX listing and A$300 million public offering
    The IPO is expected to be priced at between A$1.45 and A$1.55 per stapled security, which will raise between A$100 million and A$300 million for a projected market capitalisation of between A$387.4 million and A$587.4 million.
  • Redflow aims for 250 batteries per month from Thailand
    ASX-listed Redflow announced last month that it has started installing battery production equipment at its new factory in Thailand, putting it on track to commence initial operation by the end of this year.

November 6, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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