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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The planning approval has been obtained for a 20MW solar farm that will power a data center and crypto-currency mining in the coal-mining center of Collie in Western Australia. A company owned by local energy entrepreneur Ben Tan, Hadouken Pty Ltd., was the one who...read more
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released new statistics that show an increase in full-time renewable energy sector jobs of approximately 33 percent in 2016-17 from the previous year. At almost 15,000 jobs, large-scale solar energy installations, rooftop...read more
Australia’s leading consumer advocacy group says that solar battery electricity might be cheaper per kilowatt-hour than using grid power. Depending on the time of day and the feed-in tariff (FiT) you get from your energy supplier, the consumer advocate says a large...read more
In Australia, 2017 was a record year for renewables but ongoing policy uncertainty means it isn’t guaranteed. Fifty large-scale renewable energy projects were either actively under construction or had secured a financial commitment by the end of the year. Up to more...read more
The Clean Energy Council released a policy paper in May of 2017 outlining a package of targeted reforms to support the increased roll out of energy storage projects at residential, commercial and grid scales. It recommended 13 reforms across four categories to achieve...read more
Australian Solar Council reported that off grid solar installations in Australia increased 10% during the second quarter of 2017 compared with Q1. The total number of STCs (Small-scale Technology Certificates) created was 54% above Clean Energy Regulator targets. It...read more