Australia Funds 13 Projects To Support Low Cost Solar Research
ARENA Shells Out $41.5 Million To Back UNSW, ANU & USYD Research Projects To Meet 30% Solar Efficiency For $0.30/W By 2030 Goal
Thursday, 05 Jan 2023
A total of 13 research projects from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australian National University (ANU) and University of Sydney (USYD) have secured $41.5 million funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to help commerc.
Engie’s Australia Hydrogen Project Moves Forward
Australia’s ‘Largest’ Electrolyzer Powered By Solar & Storage To Enter Construction By November 2022
Friday, 16 Sep 2022
France’s Engie has taken final investment decision for one of the world’s ‘largest’ renewable hydrogen plants and Australia’s ‘largest’ electrolyzer after the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) conditionally approved $47.5 milli.
ARENA’s $45 Million For $0.30/W Solar Cost
ACAP To Get $45 Million Government Funding For Cutting Edge Solar PV Research
Friday, 24 Jun 2022
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has committed up to $45 million funding for the Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics (ACAP) to support its ‘cutting-edge’ solar PV research on achieving ultra-low-cost solar PV and extending its operations until 2030.
Australia’s AUD 40 Million Solar Funding Opportunity
ARENA To Invite Funding Proposals For Ultra Low Cost Solar Stretch Goal
Monday, 10 Jan 2022
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is set to offer AUD 40 million ($29 million) funding to back research that can ‘materially’ lower the levelized cost of solar PV by 2030, as it plans to support commercialization of ultra low cost solar PV (ULCS) technologies.
3 Green Hydrogen Projects Get $103.3 Million From ARENA
ARENA Approves $103.3 Million Funding For 3 Commercial Scale Renewable Hydrogen Projects Of Engie/Yara, ATCO Australia & AGIG To Establish 10 MW Electrolyzer Capacity Each In Australia
Thursday, 06 May 2021
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has ‘conditionally approved’ a total amount of $103.3 million ($80 million) to support development of 3 commercial scale renewable hydrogen projects in the country, altogether which will enable development of 30 MW electrolyzer capacity as 3×10 MW projects.
AUD 4.5 Million Funding For ANU Solar Research
Australian National University & ARENA Pool In AUD 4.5 Million To Enable Development Of A New Nano-Engineering Laboratory To Research On Next Generation Solar Cell Technology
Thursday, 14 Jan 2021
The Australian National University (ANU) has raised AUD 4.5 million ($3.5 million) funding to invest in state-of-the-art research equipment for 3 separate research projects to develop next-generation solar cell technology.
ARENA Funding To Improve Solar Panel Efficiency
16 Solar PV Technology Research Projects Secure AUD 15.14 Million ARENA Funding For Advanced Silicon, Tandem Cells & End-Of-Life Solutions
Friday, 02 Oct 2020
With AUD 15.14 million awarded for solar PV research projects, ARENA expects more than 50 full time equivalent positions to be created across 16 projects.
ARENA Shortlists 7 Firms For Renewable Hydrogen Funding
Macquarie, Engie Renewables, BHP Billiton, Among Others Shortlisted By ARENA For AUD 70 Million Renewable Hydrogen Funding Round
Wednesday, 22 Jul 2020
Even though only AUD 70 million is to be awarded to the winners of ARENA’s renewable hydrogen funding round, total grants sought by the 7 shortlisted companies adds up to AUD 200 million.
ARENA Gets 36 EOIs For Renewable Hydrogen
36 Expressions Of Interest Received By ARENA With AUD 3 Billion Project Value For AUD 70 Million Renewable Hydrogen Funding; Australian Government To Fund Feasibility Studies For 17 Microgrid Projects
Monday, 08 Jun 2020
ARENA’s receiving 36 EOIs for AUD 3 billion project value for its renewable hydrogen funding shows massive interest in the private sector for this technology.
AUD 70 Million ARENA Funding For Renewable Hydrogen
ARENA Seeking Applications For AUD 70 Million Funding Round For Hydrogen Electrolyser Technology Powered By Renewable Energy
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020
Falling costs of wind and solar power is enabling the idea of producing hydrogen through renewables, which Australia aims to do for under AUD 2 per kg.
Funding Proposals Sought For End-Of-Life PV Panel Issues
Research Proposals Addressing End-Of-Life Solar PV Panel Issues Along With Technology Improvements In Advanced Silicon, Tandem Silicon & New Materials Sought By ARENA For AUD 15 Million Funding
Friday, 13 Dec 2019
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is seeking research proposals to explore end-of-life issues for solar PV panels, ways to increase their efficiency and lowering their costs.
ARENA Funds Solar+Gas Hybrid Project For Iron Ore Mines
ARENA & NAIF To Fund Construction & Connection Of 60 MW Solar PV Project With Existing 145 MW Gas-Fired Power Plant Of Alinta Energy To Power Iron Ore Mines Of Fortescue In Australia; Funding For Lord Howe Island PV+Storage Project
Saturday, 19 Oct 2019
Fortescue’s iron ore processing facility at Christmas Creek (in the picture) and its mining operations at Cloudbreak will be powered by a hybrid solar and gas power project for which ARENA and NAIF have pledged financial support.
Study For RE Powered Hydrogen To Produce Ammonia
ARENA Funding QNP/Neoen/Worley & Dyno Nobel Moranbah Feasibility Studies For Renewable Hydrogen Powering Ammonia Production Processes In Australia
Tuesday, 01 Oct 2019
Australia is eyeing a global share as a leading exporter of hydrogen, which is why ARENA is supporting and exploring ways to produce hydrogen through renewables in the country.
Tandem Cells Without Interlayer
Australian National University & California Institute of Technology Achieve 24% Conversion Efficiency For Tandem Cells Using Silicon & Perovskite Without An Interlayer
Friday, 21 Dec 2018
A team of engineers from the Australian National University (ANU) and researchers from the California Institute of Technology have developed a way to create a tandem cell without the need to have an interlayer, which they claim simplifies the struct.
New South Wales Launches New Energy Program
Australia’s New South Wales Introduces AU$55 Million Emerging Energy Program To Replace Aging Power Generation Fleet & Transition To Clean, Reliable & Affordable Energy
Monday, 05 Nov 2018
In its 2018 Integrated System Plan, the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) projects utility scale dispatchable energy resources to dominate NSW’s electricity capacity under the neutral economic scenario.
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