Prices were mostly unchanged except in Victoria where futures prices jumped 5% amid talk of first big coal closure.
Hazelwood closure could come as early as April 2017. Engineers your time starts now.
A closer look at Hazelwood Power Station as murmurs of its potential closure grow louder.
Hydrogen fuel cells are firing the imagination about the future of energy.
A report in the Financial Times claims that Apple is negotiating a possible purchase of McLaren Technology Group.
Decision by AEMC will push more local generators and prosumers to reduce their use of the grid, to look at private wires and microgrids, and potentially to disconnect.
Our analysis suggests that wind exported from South Australia is pushing down prices across the National Electricity Market by a much as 10 per cent.
The Kramer experiment – flying through the air on sweet winding roads on our Zeros, and our 100% electric motorbike trip.
Wood Mackenzie estimates seaborne thermal coal use would have to fall by 40 per cent by 2035 to meet the 2° target.
University of Maryland students say they have achieved an aviation first, getting their manned, solar powered helicopter off the ground.
South Korea to provide incentives for utility-scale solar operators to install energy storage units as it outlines plans to invest $US27 billion in renewable energies over next five years.
Australia will likely miss its Paris climate commitments by around one billion tonnes of greenhouse emissions by 2030 if it continues with its current policies.
Rewarding local energy generators for their contributions to the grid could unlock savings of more than $1 billion in avoided network costs, a major Australian study has found.
WEC report says stable renewables policies supported by clear carbon price signals remain crucial as world passes tipping point of “grand energy transition”. Meanwhile, in Australia…
The people who approved and pushed for the approval of the £18 billion (and rising) project stand to benefit from its approval. Financially.
South Australia electricity price falls; Infigen Energy gives up 30%; why biggest gas pipeline operator is no saint; and the big questions over Victoria renewable energy target.
Sun Brilliance wants its solar plant to become a visitor complex for weddings, parties … and a nice cuppa tea. Now, why didn’t coal fired power stations think of that?
What happens when a climate science denialist gets things badly, horribly, terribly, and embarrassingly wrong.
City of Port Phillip to save $44,000/year on electricity costs with installation of 172kW solar on the roof of St Kilda Town Hall.
Victoria plans biggest investment in new generation capacity in Australia since creation of the National Electricity Market. It would do well to learn from South Africa.