Darren Miller

Australian Renewable Energy Agency Invites EOI For Grid-Connected Community Batteries
Last year, Australia's government made a news concerning the $200 million in grant financing for the Community Batteries for Household Solar Program. The initiative is aimed at providing community batteries to lower electricity bills and also emissions while also aiding storage of excess solar energy, and curbing grid pressure.
Apr 4, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, Darren Miller, EOI, Australian Renewable Energy Agency, Community Batteries for Household Solar Program, grid-connected community batteries, pressure on grids, Rooftop solar in Australia, shared batteries
Vast Solar Gets $65 Million Funding from ARENA for Australia's Concentrated Solar Plant
Vast Solar will certainly be establishing the 30 MW/ 288 MWh focused solar plant in Port Augusta, South Australia. The innovation creates clean, low-cost, dispatchable power by capturing and storing the sun's energy during the day to be used to produce heat as well as power, consisting of in the evening.
Feb 14, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, ARENA, Darren Miller, Concentrated solar power, Australian Renewable Energy Agency, concentrated solar thermal power, Craig Wood, HyGATE, Australian CSP project, Chris Bowen, concentrated solar plant, Vast Solar CSP project in Port Augusta, VS1 project
Australia & Germany Collaborate for Solar Powered Methanol Project Off Australia's Port Augusta
The company is chosen by the Australian and also German governments for A$ 19.48 million and EUR 13.2 million funds to advance green methanol manufacturing to power zero emission delivery as well as air travel sector.
Jan 30, 2023 // Plants, Darren Miller, green methanol, concentrated solar thermal power, Craig Wood, Fichtner, Hydrogen Innovation and Technology Incubator, HyGATE, Vast Solar
Neoen starts deal with 200MW Australian battery
Construction of the Western Downs Battery has actually got underway in south west Queensland
Dec 29, 2022 // Storage, TESLA, Australia, neoen, Oceania, Darren Miller, Xavier Barbaro, Louis de Sambucy, UGL
Australian RE Agency Grants $40 M to Drive Ultra Low Cost Solar
Ultra low cost solar was lately added as a concern technology in the Australian Government's most current Low Emissions Technology Statement (LETS). In support of ultra low cost solar, ARENA has actually set an enthusiastic target of 'Solar 30 30 30', to boost solar cell performance to 30 percent and also lower the complete cost of building and construction of utility scale solar farms to 30 cents per watt by 2030.
Jan 11, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Australia, Oceania, ARENA, Darren Miller, Australian Renewable Energy Agency, Low Emissions Technology Statement, LETS, R&D funding round
ARENA aims to additionally reduce expense of solar through new financial investment plan
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will support projects that even more reduced the cost of renewable generation as part of a new financial investment technique aimed at underpinning the change to web zero emissions.
Sep 13, 2021 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, Storage, Grids, Australia, hydrogen, Oceania, ARENA, Darren Miller
Three eco-friendly hydrogen projects in Australia protected funding
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has actually selected three commercial-scale green hydrogen projects that will share in AU$ 103 million (US$ 79.7 million) of funding to sustain their growth.
May 6, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Solar to Fuel, Australia, Engie, hydrogen, Oceania, Clean Energy Council, ARENA, Darren Miller, green hydrogen, electrolysers
Invinity Energy brings World's largest solar-powered vanadium flow battery to Australia
As part of a pioneering project, storage battery firm Invinity Energy Systems will provide the globe's largest solar-powered vanadium flow battery (VFB) in Yadlamalka, South Australia by 2021.
Dec 14, 2020 // Storage, Australia, Oceania, Darren Miller, Invinity Energy, vanadium flow battery, Andrew Doman
ARENA to Fund USD 12.9 million to AEMO for its Distributed Energy Project
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today revealed USD 12.9 million in funding to the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) for the growth of a major Victorian Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Marketplace trial called Project EDGE (Energy Demand and Generation Exchange).
Dec 11, 2020 // Plants, Residential, Markets & Finance News, Australia, Oceania, ARENA, Darren Miller, International, AusNet, Mondo Power, Violette Mouchaileh
Tape year forecast for business eco-friendly PPAs in Australia
Corporate sustainable power acquisition contracts (PPAs) in Australia are readied to get to document levels this year, with governments and business investing AUD$ 2.4 billion (US$ 1.78 billion) and buying more than 1GW of green energy.
Dec 4, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, PPA, Australia, Oceania, Darren Miller
Australian federal government minimizes support for solar, wind
The Australian government has announced new lasting financing and an increased remit for the Australian Renewable Energy Agency past 2022. The financing bundle, which looks a lot more like a cut than anything else, pushes financial investment away from solar and wind toward innovations like carbon capture and storage.
Sep 18, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Australia, Oceania, Darren Miller, Kane Thornton, Alan Finkel, Australia Institute, Mark Butler
The people, the PV and also the pipes that can make hydrogen work
At Australia's University of Newcastle hydrogen production starts with water extracted from the atmosphere and electrolysis powered by totally free energy from the sun; sucking CO2 from the air is the next action to filling Angus Taylor's cherished gas facilities with green methane that can bring spuds to the boil and power the economy while assisting to flatten the nation's discharges curve.
Sep 7, 2020 // Technology, Storage, Solar to Fuel, Australia, hydrogen, Oceania, Darren Miller, Janet Nelson, Behdad Moghtaderi, Rob Wheals
Neoen finishes development of Tesla Big Battery in Australia
Neoen has successfully expanded the Hornsdale Power Reserve, or else called the Tesla Big Battery, in Australia. If screening works out, Hornsdale can start to function with a broadened remit of artificial inertia solutions, which might have a huge influence on regulatory modifications.
Sep 3, 2020 // Storage, TESLA, Australia, neoen, Oceania, ARENA, Darren Miller, Louis de Sambucy
Canberra project REVS up Australia's vehicle-to-grid readiness
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency is putting US$ 1.66 million into a vehicle-to-grid test to show how electrical automobiles can provide grid supplementary services. The REVS research study and also market consortium wishes to show how EVs can create income for fleet owners.
Jul 8, 2020 // Storage, Transport, Solar to Fuel, Australia, Oceania, ARENA, Darren Miller
Australia's first renewable energy area gets 27GW deluge of applications
Strategies to establish the initial of 3 'renewable resource areas' (REZ) in the Australian state of New South Wales have seen an overwhelming degree of rate of interest, with an ask for propositions chalking up a nine-fold oversubscription.
Jun 24, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, Australia, Oceania, new south wales, ARENA, Darren Miller, rez, John Barilaro, renewable energy zone, transgrid