How feasible is it for carbon capture and storage to be implemented globally on such a wide scale that it helps to vastly reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
New York City’s Metropolitan Transit Authority has installed three CellCube vanadium flow batteries at its lower Manhattan headquarters.
Large industrial power users in renewable-focused Germany will pay 35% less for their electricity next year than those in nuclear powered France.
Anyone living in Oklahoma who installs solar panels will soon be charged a fee for the right to do that while still being connected to the local power grid.
The anti-solar world lead by the likes of lobby groups and utilities is coming out with a new bag of tricks as solar policies gain traction.
Sunverge sees a future in building and managing customer energy-storage systems as utility assets.
UBS research shows soaring network costs have made Australia the most expensive market for electricity prices. However, the average increases in costs from renewable-focused countries such as Germany and Denmark have been below average.
Australia’s largest coal infrastructure project – the $4bn+ Wiggins Island export terminal and rail – faces major financial risks even before it’s commissioned.
Business begins to see climate change as strategic risk, but there are three key reasons not to rely on business to save us from climate change.
Morwell marks the second stop for the RET Review Road Trip, where it finds a reality check on the human costs of coal power.