Australia joins US to promote fossil fuels at UN climate conference - just days after remaining silent as US, Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Kuwait refused to acknowledge a key global climate report.
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An interview with Neoen on the performance of the Tesla big battery at Hornsdale in its first year, and Australia’s $20 billion wind and solar boom.
There are $20 billion of wind, solar and storage projects currently underway in Australia, although the future looks less rosy.
Tony Abbott, my opponent for the seat of Warringah at the next federal election, thinks building new coal fired power stations will reduce power prices. He is sadly mistaken.
Study shows contribution to grid from Australia's rooftop solar systems up 33% over 2018. At this rate, it could supply 14% of NEM demand within 5 years.
Steel magnate unveils more sensational details of Whyalla's renewable powered industrial revolution, including plans for an additional steel plant – "one of world's biggest."
In a deadly diplomatic strike, big oil and gas nations took a key scientific report out of the Katowice text, replacing it with an ambiguous formulation that merely notes its existence.
Nexif reaches financial close on stage two of 212MW Lincoln Gap Wind Farm, near Port August in SA. The renewables hub will host the state’s third big battery, and possibly solar, too.
A scaled up ALP baseline-and-credit scheme for industry is modelled to be short from day one, with domestic offsets the marginal source of emissions reductions.
We already much have the technology we need for 100 per cent renewable energy. We just need to think differently about how we produce and consume electricity.