Displaying items by tag: Jay Weatherill

Monday, 05 February 2018 05:32

Tesla to build massive virtual power plant in SA

Tesla will build a virtual power plant in South Australia by installing solar arrays and its Powerwall batteries in 50,000 homes.

Published in Deals

The South Australian Government is dishing out more than $8 million in new funding for energy storage projects in the state, ranging from batteries and hydrogen fuel cells to thermal storage using sewage.

Published in Energy

South Australia will get the world’s largest lithium ion battery to store renewable energy, with the state government awarding contracts to US sustainable energy group Tesla and French energy company Neoen to deliver the project.

Published in Energy
Friday, 23 June 2017 12:01

Adelaide gets its first electric bus

The first Australian designed, engineered and manufactured electric bus to be used on a public transport system in Australia has been launched in South Australia.

Published in Strategy

The Lyon Group will build the world's biggest solar and battery storage project in South Australia, with operations to commence by the end of the year.

Published in Energy
Wednesday, 15 March 2017 21:30

SA Govt turns to batteries to power state

In the wake of energy supply problems, the South Australian Government has opened a two-week Expression of Interest period to attract national and international companies interested in building what they say will be Australia’s  largest grid-scale battery.  

Published in Energy
Thursday, 16 February 2017 20:24

SA govt outsources IT functions, 180 to lose jobs

One hundred and eighty South Australian Government IT workers will lose their jobs after the state government announced today that all its IT functions would be outsourced to the American multinational firm Computer Sciences Corporation.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The South Australian government is investing $4.65 million in establishing what it says is an ultra-fast Internet, offering businesses in Adelaide speeds up to 100 times the national average. The government expects the investment will help to attract high-tech global companies to set up in the city, while also creating jobs.

Published in Internet of Things

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