Solar and wind farms in Australia are set to test providing their own short-term generation forecasts, under a funding initiative by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency in partnership with the Australian Energy Market Operator.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency is set to spend $7 million on testing how solar parks, wind farms or enabling technologies such as batteries, can provide grid stability and security services.
The Australian Wind Alliance is hailing a deal between South Australia’s Hornsdale Wind Farm and the ACT government for making wind power the country’s “cheapest new electricity source”.
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