New battery storage guidelines provide confidence for consumers
The Clean Energy Council has introduced new installation guidelines for home battery storage, ensuring the safety of consumers is protected and paving the way for the next phase of Australian clean energy innovation.
29 Apr, 2016
Second Basslink would help maximise renewable energy advantage
A second undersea cable connecting Tasmania’s electricity system with the mainland would help Australia maximise its renewable energy advantage, the Clean Energy Council said following an announcement to undertake a feasibility study by the Prime Minister and state Premier today.
28 Apr, 2016
ALP plan could transform energy system, unlock jobs and investment
The federal Labor Party’s climate change policy released today recognises that renewable energy and energy productivity should play a much greater role if Australia is serious about creating a modern electricity system and reducing emissions, the Clean Energy Council said today.
27 Apr, 2016
Renewable energy and storage innovation boosted by research funding
The Clean Energy Council has welcomed the announcement from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to provide $17 million for collaborative research projects to accelerate the development of exciting renewable energy technologies.
14 Apr, 2016
Levelling the playing field for solar and storage technology
Now that interest in solar power and storage has reached fever pitch, the challenge is to ensure fair competition for all businesses offering these products and services, the Clean Energy Council’s Policy Manager Darren Gladman told an audience in Melbourne today.
14 Apr, 2016
Renewable energy top of the class in innovation
When Minister Malcolm Turnbull took over as Prime Minister last year, many Australians found themselves suddenly getting acquainted with words such as 'disruption', 'agility' and 'innovation'.
13 Apr, 2016
How does your suburb stack up in the solar stakes?
Bundaberg is Australia’s solar capital, but now you can compare how your suburb stacks up in the solar stakes, thanks to the Australian Renewable Energy Mapping Infrastructure (AREMI) project.
13 Apr, 2016
Nothing accidental about South Australia's clean energy success
It’s no accident that the South Australian economy has been reaping the benefits of massive investment in renewable power such as solar and wind, nor is there anything accidental about the South Australian Government’s long-term vision to lead the country in renewable energy.
12 Apr, 2016
ACT Government charges towards a renewable energy future
After leading the charge towards more wind and solar power, the ACT Government says a major roll-out of battery storage will help households maximise the use of electricity produced by renewable energy.
11 Apr, 2016
White Rock Wind Farm set to create big benefits for New England
The announcement by Goldwind and CECEP Wind Power Corporation that the White Rock Wind Farm in northern New South Wales is proceeding to construction is a cause for further optimism in the sector, the Clean Energy Council said today.
08 Apr, 2016
Victorian surf clubs get their time in the sun
Surf lifesavers have been rescuing people from the surf for decades, and now the Victorian Government is helping the state’s surf clubs do a different kind of saving with a new solar power program to help cut their power bills.
05 Apr, 2016