Regulators flag potential delays to 16 key market reforms, protecting incumbent generators from threat of new technologies.
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California utility seeks regulatory approval for five separate battery projects totalling 423MW, or nearly 1.7GWh of energy storage capacity, to come online by August 2021.
The proposed mechanism could result in the perverse outcome of paying high emitting businesses to invest in projects which increase absolute emissions.
The 14MW turbine has 222m rotor diameter, 108m long blades, a 39,000m2 swept area and offers a 25% increase in annual energy production against its 11MW predecessor.
Michael Moore's ‘Planet of the Humans’ isn’t just wrong. It’s actively denying a range of quality-of-life improvements.
Dramatic fall in vehicle emissions due to Covid-19 pandemic provides a glimpse at the long-term opportunities to cut emissions.
Battery Day now on hold as reports of new Tesla battery to bring cost of electric cars down are put on high rotation.
Angus Taylor seems intent on bastardising the renewable energy mandates of CEFC and ARENA in name of "technology neutral" approach to support failed technologies.
ARENA may win funding reprieve from Morrison government, but it comes with a catch, with Taylor seeking to push renewables agency towards carbon capture and storage.