Victoria’s Tesla Big Battery Catches Fire

30th July, 2021 By Mark Ludlow and Angela Macdonald-Smith, Financial Review Source: https://www.afr.com/companies/energy/victoria-s-tesla-big-battery-catches-fire-20210730-p58eg7 French renewable giant Neoen’s Victorian Big Battery at Geelong caught fire on Friday, only a day after it began operations. In the first major fire at big battery project in Australia, a Tesla Megapack battery caught fire at the 300 megawatt battery project at … Continue reading Victoria’s Tesla Big Battery Catches Fire

Vic Renewable Energy Directions Paper – 2021

DELWP-REZ-Development-Plan-Directions-paperDownload Source REZ-Development-Plan-Directions-paper, Figure 1 Victoria’s Renewable Energy Zones This plan paves the way to Victoria being endlessly opened up to more renewables, energy infrastructure, management and costs. The Victorian government is investing $540 million from the Renewable Energy Zone (REZ) Fund to build Victoria's REZ network and set up VicGrid in July 21. The … Continue reading Vic Renewable Energy Directions Paper – 2021

Hundreds Fight TransGrid’s Transmission Line

‘For our children and grandchildren’: Hundreds fight TransGrid’s transmission line 18th August, 2020 By Hannah Sparks, About regional. https://aboutregional.com.au/for-our-children-and-grandchildren-hundreds-fight-transgrids-transmission-line/ Charley Barber and Rosemary Howe, of Bannister in the Upper Lachlan Shire, are among 600 landholders affected by plans to build a 70-metre high transmission line. Photo: Rachael Cramp. Charley Barber and Rosemary Howe long imagined … Continue reading Hundreds Fight TransGrid’s Transmission Line