The Victorian State government has stated that it will build a major new wind farm with battery storage in Western Victoria that will power the expansion of Stawell’s Nectar Farms. This project will make the advanced agriculture facility what the state government calls “the world’s first ever crop farm” to be completely powered by renewable energy. The … Continue reading Renewable energy to power Stawell Farm a “world’s first”
Flow Power, has announced that it has entered into a large-scale renewable corporate Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Olam Orchards Australia Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Olam International Limited (Olam). The deal, one of the first of its kind in Australia, allows Olam direct access to secure, cost effective energy with an expected … Continue reading Olam signs long term renewable corporate PPA with Flow Power
The SA state government has received 60 international proposals under its $150 million Renewable Technology Fund. The proposals included a diverse range of next generation renewable energy and energy storage technologies, including batteries, bioenergy, pumped hydro, thermal, compressed air and flywheel. The government website mentioned that successful applicants will be notified in the ensuing months. Of these … Continue reading Proposals flow in for SA’s Renewable Tech Fund
Champions of fossil-fuel generation have long complained that job losses have been one of the biggest detriments to the decommissioning of coal-fired power plants, and that renewable energy sources do nothing to help replace those jobs. Not so, according to a panel of experts at the recent Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition held at … Continue reading Renewable jobs market underplayed
The former Kurri Kurri Aluminium Smelter site should be transformed into a hub of renewable energy manufacturing.