Tasmania declares it now produces enough renewable electricity to meet 100 per cent of its needs, with wind turbines at Granville Harbour coming online.
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The appointment of Anna Collyer as chair of the AEMC has been broadly welcomed, with the energy law expert to embrace a rapidly changing energy market.
GE signs an agreement with One Stop Warehouse, one of the biggest players in the Australian photovoltaic market. Customers will soon be able to purchase GE solar inverters from One Stop Warehouse.
We talk to UQ’s EV specialist Jake Whitehead about the impact of the proposed electric vehicle road tax, and look at the contest of ideas between NSW and Canberra, and more big battery and green hydrogen announcements.
Global Power Generation names Danish wind giant as turbine supplier, installer and OEM for two major wind power projects it is developing in Victoria.
University of Queensland research into effect of taxing electric vehicles finds without introducing buying incentives will slash sales by 25% and increase emissions by 40%.
Three UNSW researchers elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, including Renate Egan for her pioneering work
Vestas Ventures to fund early-stage start-ups in energy storage, grid flexibility, green transport and industry, and advanced materials.
Canavan and Joyce lead the Nationals two day "caravan for coal" in the Hunter Valley, calling for n
The Energy Security Board's post-2025 NEM redesign could laydown the path to an effective decarbonisation of Australia's main electricity grid.