The renewable energy boom marches on. The share of renewables across Australia has already reached around 20 per cent of the main grid, and another 4,500MW of wind and solar capacity is expected to be added to the grid in the next 18 months.
Renew Economy is reporting that the Australian Energy Market Operator has released an updated schedule of most of the new wind and solar farms, plus a few battery storage projects, that are due to be fully complete over the next 18 months.
The release came as part of its updated assessment of marginal loss factors for generators across the main grid. MLFs represent the amount of a generator’s output that is credited by the market.