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Article by RayGen’s Head of Sales: What’s Next in Energy? PV Ultra

See Will Mosley’s full article, ‘What’s Next in Energy? PV Ultra’ here: 

 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/whats-next-energy-pv-ultra-will-mosley/

Beyond Zero Emissions Podcast – RayGen and Net Zero Monash discuss PV Ultra as a renewable solution for the Australian Market

RayGen’s Head of Sales, Will Mosley, meets with Timothy Hoban from Net Zero Monash and Beyond Zero Emissions to dicuss PV Ultra in the Australian Market

In this Beyond Zero Emissions podcast, Will Mosley joins Timothy Hoban on the Electrical Industrial Heating Panel to discuss PV Ultra as a renewable option for heat and electricity in the Australian market. In particular, Will discusses the cost saving opportunities for large scale industry who are able to reduce their electricity and gas expenses with PV Ultra’s heat and electricity.

 

The full podcast can be found here:

Beyond Zero Emissions Technology Radio Show: 31 Aug 2018: Podcast Audio Player

 

 

 

 

Solar Innovation At Scale – Visit by Victorian Energy Minister D’Ambrosio and global utilities to RayGen’s PV Ultra site

RayGen Resources Pty. Ltd., the Victorian manufacturer of PV Ultra, the world’s highest efficiency solar power tower, welcomed Victorian Energy Minister D’Ambrosio and representatives of global utilities ESB-International and SP Group to its site in Newbridge, Victoria on Saturday 12th May.

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World-leading solar technology, born in Melbourne? That’s ultra-cool.

The researcher trains his blowtorch on a small panel, little bigger than a credit card. After repeated torching he reaches out his hand. It is cool to the touch.

It’s an impressive sight that cuts to the heart of the world-leading technology being created here in a Melbourne high tech manufacturing facility, and it’s a breakthrough technology that ARENA is proud to contribute additional funding for.

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Scaling up concentrated solar PV technology in Victoria

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced $4.8 million in support for Victorian company RayGen to continue commercialisation of RayGen’s solar power system PV Ultra, including construction of a 0.5MW concentrated solar PV demonstration project of the Australian developed technology.

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ARENA backs RayGen solar tower technology with $4.8m investment

Article originally written by Sophie Vorrath, published by reneweconomy.com.au

Melbourne-based concentrated solar technology company RayGen Resources is set to ramp up the commercialisation of its home grown solar tower power technology – both in Australia and abroad – with another $4.8 million in grant funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency.
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Space age solar power at CEFC beauty parade

A Melbourne start-up that wants to commercialise space age solar panels is one of ten firms seeking $88 million from investors at a Clean Energy Finance Corporation speed-dating event on Tuesday.

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Bill Shorten, Kim Carr visit RayGen

The transcript from Bill Shorten and Shadow Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research’s Kim Carr visit to RayGen on Wednesday, 26th October 2016

Read the transcript here.

Supporting Clean Energy and Jobs

The Andrews Labor Government has confirmed the first group of successful recipients of its $20 million New Energy Jobs Fund grants.

Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio today announced that RayGen Resources will receive more than $1 million funding to support the design, construction and manufacture of a new automated production line for its world-leading solar technology.
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New technology to track and mirror sun

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is investing in a new Australian-made utility solar technology that uses mirrors to track and reflect the sun.

ARENA is providing Victorian company RayGen with a $2.9million recoupable grant towards a $5.8million project aimed at developing a utility-scale solar system utilising its PV Ultra technology.
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