The Northern Territory is embarking on a huge investment in solar energy but the government needs to reconsider its fossil fuel plans, and recognise the role its Indigenous people play in controlling carbon.
Remote communities in the Northern Territory can soon reduce reliance on polluting diesel power, as stage two of a joint government solar roll-out begins.
Green groups and academics have criticised the Northern Territory government’s lifting of a moratorium on fracking.
We missed the boat with PV, but healthy stocks of lithium and two new proposed battery plants in the north could see Australia become a battery producing powerhouse.
From ARENA: Daly River is set to become the first remote community in the Northern Territory to be powered by solar and battery as the $55 million Solar Energy Transformation Program (SETuP) rolls out. The Daly River site differs from other solar sites by incorporating a battery system which enables diesel engines to be turned […]