Last week served as a reminder – as if we needed another one – that climate policy is still a wild ride in Australian politics.
Articles by Kane Thornton
The impact of America’s new President on clean energy in the US and Australia is difficult to predict. But there are a couple of forces even he can’t Trump: physics and economics.
It was disappointing some politicians used a natural disaster to play cheap political games and blame renewable energy for a blackout caused by freak weather.
This week the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) funded 12 cutting-edge solar power projects. It could be the last grant funding it ever makes.
Australia’s Renewable Energy Target provides a fantastic opportunity to create some 15,200 jobs and $40.4 billion in investment out to 2020 and beyond.
The challenges and opportunities of 2016 are already in full swing for the renewable energy industry, and it’s a quantum leap from where we were this time last year.
There are a couple of very easy things Malcolm Turnbull can do to return stability to renewable energy industry and kick-start investment.
Unlike solar, planning for the energy storage boom is well underway and its market potential is not lost on anyone. But is Australia really prepared?