Solar industry stalwart Nigel Morris has announced that he will lead RoofJuice, an Australian solar company formerly known as Sungevity.

Bioenergy Australia to hold Melbourne business breakfast


Bioenergy Australia will hold a Melbourne Bioenergy Business Breakfast on 11 August, where it will present leading local bioenergy experts and projects demonstrating the use of bioenergy in Victoria.

Carnegie Wave Energy wins Australian Research Council grant


Carnegie Wave Energy has won an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant to research and develop more efficient anchoring systems for wave energy converters.

Where are the women in renewable energy?


Armed with clear strategies on how to achieve a much more balanced representation of women at all levels of the clean energy sector, the inaugural ‘Women in Renewables’ lunch has set the wheels in motion for change.

Queensland plans solar-powered ‘electric super highway'


The Queensland government has unveiled its vision for an electric vehicle ‘super highway’, consisting of a string of solar-powered EV fast-charging stations running up and down the length of Queensland.

SunEdison vies to be global solar superpower


Solar giant SunEdison continued its voracious run of acquisitions this month, with the purchase of Vivint Solar, the second largest solar panel...

Canadian Solar Australia has committed to a comprehensive program of recycling for old and damaged solar panels.

The Australian Labor Party announced on 22 July that it will be taking a policy of 50 per cent renewables market share by 2030 to the next election. This will be a key element of their climate change policy.

Late November will see an Australian delegation participate in the COP21 talks in Paris, a conference that will shape the future of carbon abatement policies globally.

Snowtown Wind Farm Stage II


With the official commissioning of the Snowtown II Wind Farm in late 2014, the total output of the combined Snowtown Wind Farm is 370 MW, making it the biggest single wind farm in South Australia.

From the Editor


Welcome to the Solar 2015 Edition of EcoGeneration.

Clean Energy Market Wrap


An update on the state of the Australian clean energy market.

Q&A with Lily D’Ambrosio


Following the election of the Andrews Government in Victoria in late 2014, EcoGeneration caught up with the Victorian Minister for Industry, Energy and Resources, Lily D’Ambrosio.

Review of the NEM in 2014


With renewable energy and climate change continuing to be contentious policy issues during 2015, Director Green Energy Markets and EcoGeneration Editorial Board Member Ric Brazzale takes a of look back at what happened in the National Electricity Market during 2014.

Searching for Australia’s best emerging tech companies


Now in its fifth year, the Australian Technologies Competition finds, mentors and celebrates the country’s best emerging technology companies across six industry categories, including Energy Technologies.

EcoGeneration launches new website


EcoGeneration has launched a newly redesigned website, ensuring readers can access the latest news and analysis in Australia’s clean energy industry quickly and easily on any device.

Solar 2015 Exhibition and Conference


The 53rd Solar Conference, presented by the Australian Solar Council, will be held in Melbourne, 13–14 May at the Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre, alongside the inaugural Energy Storage Council...

Join the storage conversation


Will energy storage be the catalyst for changing from centralised to decentralised power systems? The Australian Energy Storage Conference will seek to answer this question when it takes place from...

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