Clean Energy Finance Corp tipped record $1.3bn into renewable energy in FY19, says focus in 2019-20 will be on "important new frontier" of storage and grid stability.
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Fifty years on, the moon landing has a few things in common with Australia's move from coal to renewable energy. What we lack now is policy and vision.
Victorian Labor flags changes to streamline development process for large-scale solar farms, while South Australia flags updated rules for both big wind and solar.
This week, Australia’s renewable energy sector will converge in Sydney for the annual Australian Clean Energy Summit, hosted by the Clean Energy Council, although the person many are the most keen to hear from, federal
Daily price ramp on Australia’s wholesale electricity markets is quite strong in most states right now, and particularly in South Australia and Queensland.
Study by leading German economic think-tank finds every 1,000MW of nuclear power plant built since 1951 resulted in an average economic loss of $A7.7 billion.
Bob Brown's words on the Tasmania wind farm created a national, politicised media firestorm of noise and fury. There was an alternative approach.
CSIRO study done with gas industry finds Australian LNG production on 'low end' for fugitive emissions, but questions remain over contribution of Australian gas exports to global emissions.
Queensland drops bidding restrictions on state generators, as energy minister celebrates cheap wind and solar below $50/MWh and mocks LNP push for new coal and nuclear.
Some in the solar industry are so frustrated they’d prefer the Victoria government to ditch the solar rebate rather than carry on as is. A few modifications would end the pain.