New South Wales

NSW Govt Opens ROI for 8 GW RE Zone in New England, Australia

The New South Wales (NSW) government yesterday opened the registrations of interest (ROI) process to invite generation, storage and network developers to be a part of the state’s second Renewable Energy Zone in New England (New England REZ), Australia. The ROI will be open for six weeks from Thursday June 3 to Friday July 16, 2021. The […]

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Shell and Edify Strike 100 MW Big Battery Storage Deal with NSW Govt

UK-based Shell Energy and Australia-headquartered Edify Energy have released a joint statement today, stating that the two companies have signed a long-term services agreement to deliver a two-hour battery storage facility of 100 MW capacity in South West NSW, Australia. In renewable energy news coming from the nation, it was recently revealed that Australia installed its highest […]

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ENGIE to Develop 420 MW Wind Farm in Australia After Latest Acquisition

ENGIE ANZ has announced the purchase of the 420 MW (on completion) Hills of Gold Wind Farm development near Nundle, New South Wales in Australia. ENGIE Australia & New Zealand (ENGIE ANZ) has announced the purchase of the Hills of Gold Wind Farm development near Nundle, New South Wales in Australia. The project, which is […]

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New South Wales Pilot REZ Gets Proposals Worth 27 GW

The government of New South Wales has received proposals for 27 GW of wind, solar and battery storage projects for its pilot 3 GW REZ in the state. The government of New South Wales has revealed that the plan to create a 3-GW renewable energy zone (REZ) in the state has been met with phenomenal […]

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Rooftop Solar Installations in Australia Edge Towards 2 Million

The figures from the Clean Energy Regulator (CER) show Australia now has a combined 6.29 GW of rooftop solar installed. Rooftop solar installations in Australia are setting new records in the country. The latest figures from Australia’s regulator show that the nation is edging closer to the 2 million mark on this area. The figures from the Clean […]

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World’s First Solar-Powered Train to Begin Service Soon in Australia

The solar train features a 6.5kW solar array comprised of flexible solar panels on the roofs of the carriages, which can together carry up to 100 passengers at a time. The world’s first solar-powered train will begin taking passengers, in New South Wales coastal town of Byron Bay in Australia. It’s the realisation of an […]

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