Commercial & Industrial
Commercial & Industrial
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Australian Mining companies are realizing that the abundance of sunshine in Australia makes it a worthwhile exercise to harness the power of the sun to create solar energy and reduce energy costs.
With 24-hour operations and vast technical equipment, mine sites are a source of high energy consumption and are often in remote areas where they aren’t connected to the power grid. Their main dependence is on diesel-generated power plants to produce electricity. This, along with the numerous costs of mining itself, makes diesel-generated power a very pricey expense for mining companies and can pose challenges such as transport and logistics.
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With rapidly falling costs and rising resources, solar PV and wind power are on track to completely replace fossil fuels worldwide within two decades, although the time frame would depend mostly on politics. Solar PV and wind energy offer the only realistic chance of...read more
An analysis by researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) found that Australia has the capacity to store up to 1,000 times more renewable energy than it could ever need. An engineering professor at ANU Andrew Blakers carried out a study looking into...read more
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) reportedly committed $2.1 million in support of the commercialization of a 1-megawatt relocatable solar farm that is being developed by SunSHIFT. But the government funding isn’t a donation – the Australian Financial Review...read more
Australian advanced materials company, Archer, and University of South New Wales announced its Collaboration Agreement and Research Service Agreement. The partnership is geared towards developing and implementing Archer’s graphite and graphene materials for use in...read more
Global energy giant Acciona Energy has been chosen to convert 1,250 hectares of underutilized state-owned land at Aldoga into a solar energy project. The project is expected to produce hundreds of jobs and deliver long-term benefits to the community. Cameron Dick,...read more
A Melbourne hotel complex has become the Clean Energy Finance Corporation’s first solar investment in the hotel sector. The Southbank Holiday Inn Express is due for completion at the end of 2019 and CEFC is investing $39 million to install a solar power system plus...read more