Australians have been extremely slow in their uptake of EVs, with the majority of the 8,000 or so units sold to date purchased by business. This is expected to change dramatically as more compact and lower priced eVs become available in australia the next few years. Read more »
Written by Mary Hendriks, on September 15, 2017
The world and Australia are fast moving to an era where the generation of electricity will largely be from combinations of various distributed energy resources and innovative systems. At the same time, Australia is locked into an energy regulatory system, designed for the era of centralised supply. Read more »
Written by Mary Hendriks, on August 21, 2017
The following article was published in the December 2016/January 2017 issue of Sustainability Matters magazine: Read more »
Written by Mary Hendriks, on January 10, 2017
With the recent South Australian blackouts driving the debate, the managers, regulators and advocates of change for our energy systems are now stepping up to find solutions for security of energy supply for consumers, business and industry, and for our essential services. Read more »
Written by Mary Hendriks, on October 17, 2016
Being able to store energy in fast responding units is disrupting the way power is delivered, and out of that comes opportunities for new innovative solutions for investors. Two areas of interest for investment in Australia are in new energy storage technologies and in emerging energy management software platforms. Read more »
Written by Mary Hendriks, on July 6, 2016
The renewable energy storage market is heating up, with utilities, solar providers and whole communities among those generating a high level of activity in the field, according to Mary Hendriks, industry executive of the Australian Energy Storage Alliance. Read more »
Written by Mary Hendriks, on June 28, 2016
“Someone should fix that ….”
Living in an urban environment, we often hear this phrase.
As urban dwellers, most of us are aware that our cities are under attack, from record high temperatures, polluted air, and congested roadways.
Waiting for “someone to fix that” is no longer an option. Read more »
Written by Mary Hendriks, on May 10, 2016
Ten years ago you may not have heard of Skype, Twitter, Netflix, AirBnB or Uber. Now they’re among the most dynamic and profitable companies in the world.
What happened? The internet boomed and these innovative companies boomed with it.
Now, as we all know, energy storage is about to boom. Read more »
Written by Mary Hendriks, on April 19, 2016