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Information on Australia’s energy industry can be found through various Commonwealth and state government sources, as well as industry associations. Some suggested sources of information provided here:
- Clean Energy Council
- Geoscience Australia
- Australian Renewable Energy Agency
- Clean Energy Regulator
- Clean Energy Finance Corporation
- Australian Energy Market Operator
- Australian Energy Market Commission
- Australian Energy Regulator
There are publicly available resources which provide information on projects in Australia.
Victoria: Wind projects
Victoria: Solar Projects
The Clean Energy Council also has a national list of renewable energy projects under construction or expected to commence in the near future:
The Renewable Energy Certificate registry is made available by the Clean Energy Regulator.
Actual generation is made publicly available by the Australian Energy Market Operator and can be accessed for the National Electricity Market and Wholesale Electricity Market.
The Australian Energy Market Operator also has an explanatory guide to intermittent generation of renewable generation.
The following websites also provides readily accessible data in relation to wind energy generation:
The Australian Renewable Energy Mapping Infrastructure (AREMI) resource provides a data catalogue of electricity infrastructure, including wind power generation infrastructure that is connected to the National Electricity Market (NEM). Infrastructure connected to the NEM includes New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria. The locations of wind farms generating electricity in the Western Australia market are available on the Australian Energy Market Operator (Western Australia)’s online generation map.