Articles from Renew Economy
With wind, solar and storage clearly beating fossil fuels on costs, would conservatives seek to stop that investment if it were not also about emissions? Emma Herd, from the IGCC, joins us for a fascinating discussion.
Growth of solar is pushing down prices in middle of the day, increasing business case for storage. Within two years, says AEMO, minimum demand will shift from night time to the daytime in all states.
Concerns around project delays temporarily buoyed renewable certificate market, while concerns the Coalition is intent on abolishing the SRES saw STC prices tumble.
New round of UN climate talks in Bangkok this week will focus on politically and technically complex issues of creating a "rule-book" for the Paris climate treaty.
RenewEconomy page views break through one million for calendar month for first time, as One Step Off the Grid also grows, and we launch our electric vehicle website, TheDriven.io.
If Scott Morrison is serious about bringing down power prices he should be walking around Parliament with a solar panel not a lump of coal.
Some 7,200MW of wind and solar committed since 2016 is bringing down prices, proving that Malcolm Turnbull was deposed an on election pitch based around the hope that people can be fooled.
California one step away from becoming the second state in the US - after Hawaii - to mandate a 100 per cent renewable energy target.
Australia has its first commercial installation of printed solar made using specialised semiconducting inks and printed using a conventional reel-to-reel printer.