We’ve scoured all four corners of the internet for all the latest #renewables news (to save you a bit of time). Grab a coffee, here’s the gist (15/11/21 edition):
- NSW declares Australia’s first Renewable Energy Zone (REZ) centred around the regional hub of Dubbo (via reneweconomy.com).
- The World’s Largest Hydro-Floating Solar Farm Goes Live in Thailand (via Bloomberg).
- Australia leads globally with 31% of houses going solar. The next stage of growth is likely to be powered by solar storage options (via Saur Energy).
- Australia establishing a A$740 million fund to invest in low-emissions tech (via Yahoo).
- Australia’s vast open spaces could become the main energy production site for powering the fourth industrial revolution (via Australian Strategic Policy Institute).
- Australian policy needs to support the uptake of energy storage technologies alongside existing support for the uptake of renewables (via reneweconomy.com).
- French renewable developer, Neoen, say supply chain difficulties are starting to have a major impact on new projects and causing delays in Australia (via reneweconomy.com).
Our shot of the week (from the Meralli archives) captures looking North over Kanowna solar farm built in 2019: