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Introduction Our previous post compared the value that residential PV solar owners in Australia can get from the various Feed in Tariff (FiT) schemes in different states. We found that the relative economics of wholesale market prices and FiT schemes varied...
Introduction In recent years solar feed-in-tariffs (FiTs) in Australia have been falling steadily to reflect both changes to the underlying wholesale markets, but also in acknowledgement by governments that solar no longer needs juicy FiT incentives to fly....
Here's a quick video building on our recent blog post on community battery network tariffs. I've taken one of the trial tariffs and added in the perspective of how the battery might reduce network cost at the local distribution level.
The new energy system will be made up of lots of variable renewable energy generation from wind and solar, balanced with energy storage and demand flexibility. Gridcognition enables all of these resources to be integrated together for everything from utility-scale...
Overview This post was edited on 9 September 2022 to correct the results for the Evoenergy Residential Area tariff The energy system is in transition. We’re shifting away from a small number of large centrally located and primarily thermal (fossil-fuel powered)...
In a recent blog post, we compared the financial case for installing solar (and optionally battery storage) to a supermarket in Australia versus the UK. That analysis only considered using the solar generation and battery storage to reduce spend on energy imported...