The Victorian government announced A$335 million for energy efficient heating for low-income households, A$112 million for energy efficiency upgrades to 35,000 public housing properties, and a A$250 payment to help 950,000 households pay the bills.
There's a backlog of 15,000 residential rooftop solar installations in Victoria from the 12 weeks spent in lockdown, and the head of Solar Victoria says the agency expects the state to reach 40% penetration within five years as battery demand heats up.
Businesses, utilities and industry have joined together to lobby the government on biomethane; the AEMC announces demand response will be in place by summer of 2021; and Shine Energy's CEO says the government tried to 'white clad' his business as it pushes for a new coal plant in Collinsville.
All subscriptions renew automatically but you can cancel any time. You will be charged $1 initially for the first month of your subscription and then the standard monthly rate thereafter ($69/month for a single subscription and $179/month for a team of three). New customers only. Offers and pricing are subject to change without notice.