The Smart Energy Council has announced that ActewAGL’s hydrogen refuelling station in Canberra has been certified with renewable green hydrogen produced from 100 percent renewable energy and with zero carbon emissions.
The Australian Government has funded the Australian Renewable Energy Agency to the tune of $2.4 million to run a vehicle-to-grid trial in Canberra, using 51 Nissan Leaf electric vehicles.
Australia plans to set up an industry-led cyber security co-operative research centre, with the government announcing an investment of $50 million.
A digital marketplace for trading in energy generated by solar panels and stored in battery storage units has been launched, with green tech start-up GreenSync in the lead.
Panasonic has set up pilot projects with Australian energy companies to install its battery technology in solar-installed homes for the first time, generating efficient, environmentally responsible electricity to ‘shave’ concentrated energy demand.
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