Angelina Galiteva, vice chair of the California Independent System Operator, talks about that state’s 100 per cent renewable energy target, and how it will get there.
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NZ gen-tailer continues to grow presence in Australia, taking retail energy customer base to well over 110,000 and boosting renewable generation and sales into wholesale market.
APA shrugs off RCR collapse to complete Darling Downs solar farm, but says new investment in renewables won't happen until their is policy certainty.
ElectraNet says using gas generators to provide grid security in S.A. "not economically viable" as it outlines plan to install synchronous condensers at fraction of price.
The winners of the 2018 Gill Owen Essay Prize were announced this morning at the Energy Consumers Australia Foresighting Forum at UTS.
People who rent in Australia are living in another world of inefficient, uninsulated homes. And the need to fix this has never been more urgent.
The Tasmanian Renewable Energy Alliance today welcomed the arrival of a second competitor in the retail electricity market in Tasmania.
The Australian's misleading story about the cost of rooftop solar rebates was spread throughout the Murdoch stable, TV, other media and the climate-denier blogosphere.
Yes, the headline is a bit of a tease and quite unthinkable, of course. Or maybe…?
New type of electric car technology using combination of battery and hydrogen power could allow a passenger car to travel over 5000km, only stopping to quickly refill battery fluid.