We’ve scoured all corners of the internet for all the latest #renewables news released over the past week (so you don’t have to). Here’s the gist:
- An insiders view of offshore wind as the evolutionary step towards renewables for Gippsland, via The Age
- A new record for renewables output spotted in the NEM via Renew Economy
- What can Australia learn from the Spanish transition away from coal, via ABC
- Up to 180mW of wind energy under development in Western QLD, via Renew Economy
- The NSW Govt turns up with the cash to kick start recycling of retired renewables infrastructure, via Mirage News and on that note, here’s a couple of NSW businesses working on recycling panels thanks to a Stage Govt Grant via One Step Off the Grid
- The power grid is set up to cope with coal’s continued decline over the next decade via SMH
- “Wind and solar are the cheapest way to add new capacity to the grid …” says the Climate Council
- The VIC Govt is looking for another 600mW+ of renewable capacity, via Renew Economy
- According to the ABC, the States are not that keen about continued support for Coal and Gas
- The Chloe Munro Scholarship (Transformational Leadership) is open via the Clean Energy Council
- “If Australia’s power system is engineered appropriately, based on current trends, there could be up to 100% instantaneous penetration of renewables at certain times of the day throughout the year by 2025”, says AEMO in The Guardian.
And going back to where it all began for Meralli Solar in 2017, here’s David and Mike Mailler in some early morning fog on the Chillamurra Solar Farm, located just south of Goondiwindi.