Low-income residents of a regional South Australian city are using an innovative solar scheme to shave money off their power bills.
Long-suffering Carnegie Clean Energy shareholders use the wave power company's AGM to question its ability to remain afloat, while also receiving bad news about the sale of its solar subsidiary.
The growth in renewable generation is now so rapid it has almost replaced the capacity of the closed Hazelwood power station and now threatens a collapse of generators' margins, a new report finds.
Tesla boss Elon Musk famously delivered on a promise to build a giant battery within 100 days or do it for free, but a new report reveals its owner escaped a government fine for missing a key testing deadline.
Adelaide's old Holden factory is whirring back into action, even with some former workers on the floor, but it is not cars coming off the production line.
Both the Prime Minister and the Chief Scientist have told Territorians about a global race to "ship sunshine" to Asia, which could prompt the NT to power up its fledging solar sector.
The collapse of one of the nation's oldest engineering companies, RCR Tomlinson, has destroyed Christmas for thousands of families, according to the union dealing with the fallout from the unexpected job losses.
The NT has the highest proportion of renters in Australia and the worst uptake of solar panels. Experts think the two are related.
Battery company Sonnen says federal Labor's plan to introduce battery subsidies could be a game-changer for household batteries and propel it into the same sphere as household solar systems.
Huge renewable energy resources have been identified across Australia, but planning is lagging to develop a grid network suitable for the transformation that gives certainty to stakeholders.