Energy Transition News 18.09.23
The latest energy transition news, we have a range of reports and report summaries. We look at articles that discuss investments in renewable energy and get an update on Snowy 2.0. From vehicle-to-grid applications to the rollout of smart meters, this batch of energy transition news leaves you with a lot to think about.
Urgent and ongoing investment needed to maintain energy reliability: AEMO 2023 Electricity Statement of Opportunities (ESOO) report
Read this article on 2023 Electricity Statement of Opportunities (ESOO) report, a 10-year reliability outlook that signals development needs for each state in the National Electricity Market (NEM).
Capacity Investment Scheme to power Victoria and South Australia with more cleaner, cheaper, reliable energy
Read this joint media release from Chris Bowen, Lily D'Ambrosio and Tom Koutsantonis about the capacity investment scheme.
Snowy Hydro today announced the outcomes of its major projects resets, for Snowy 2.0 and the Hunter Power Projects
Read this news about the project resets for Snowy 2.0, this provides a fact sheet and background information on the project.
New CSIRO company pursues hydrogen game changer for heavy industry
Read this CSIRO article on Hadean Energy, a new company co-founded by CSIRO and RFC Ambrian, is on a mission to accelerate industrial decarbonisation.
AEMC on smart meters: 100% by 2030, new customer information, real-time data and protections
Read this article on AEMC’s new smart meters and how speeding up the rollout could provide net benefits to the value of $507 million for national electricity market regions, including NSW, QLD, the ACT and SA.
Integrating Electric Vehicles into the Electricity System - Opportunities and Challenges for Bidirectional Charger in Australia
Read this report summary that discusses a high-level snapshot of the current state of V2X technologies, and associated opportunities and challenges for the Australian market
Repurposing existing generators as synchronous condensers: Report on technical requirements
Read this report prepared for Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) about repurposing synchronous condensers which are identified as providers of both system strength and inertia.