The Federal Government says it will provide $1.98 million to Solahart, a subsidiary of Rheem Australia, to partly fund a trial to test 2400 hot water systems in South Australia with a view to reduce the energy use for heating water at peak times.
The Federal Government has announced a trial of charging technologies for electric vehicles that will be made available to households.
Seven companies have been shortlisted and invited to submit a full application for the next stage of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency’s $70 million hydrogen funding round.
A company known as Chargefox will be provided with $6 million to help it set up 21 ultra-rapid charging stations for electric vehicles along major driving routes from Brisbane to Adelaide, including around Sydney and Melbourne, and separately in Western Australia.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency and TasNetworks will explore a more detailed feasibility and business case for a second Bass Strait interconnector connecting grids.
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.
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