New report for Tasmania government appears more focused on slamming the brakes on distributed energy, rather than embracing the technology to help the grid.
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NSW is dependent on imports, its power stations are going to close, there is next to no transmission capacity to build more power and not much policy. Yet no one in the mainstream media gives a rats.
UNSW deal for mass-production of next generation solar cells will help cost of solar power – already the cheapest in the world – to halve again.
Just weeks after saying it wouldn't, McGowan government reveals plans to release a new, explanded and upgraded climate policy over the next 12 months.
Energy minister's wife says rolling blackouts are needed to prove left-wing populist policies are wrong.
The first South Australian (SA) road built with soft plastics and glass at Happy Valley in the City of Onkaparinga will see plastic from approximately 139,000 plastic bags and packaging and 39,750 glass bottle equivalents diverted from landfill.
This week we go to Sundowners, discuss the collapse of RCR, and interview Andrea Gaffney from Planet Renewables, and Chris McGrath from solar innovators 5B.
Our research finds, emphatically, that in electricity there is no dilemma between decarbonisation and lower wholesale prices. The “tri-lemma” concept is already past its prime.
British-Dutch oil and gas megalith reveals plan to develop new, shorter-term Net Carbon Footprint targets – that will be tied to executive remuneration.
Morrison government's big stick forced divestment legislation clearly an attempt to force AGL to sell Liddell and not close it. It is revenge, bullying and stand-over tactics.