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Podcast: Talking about clean-energy generation

Podcast: Talking about clean-energy generation

Peter Cowling, Anne McEntee and JC Sandberg discuss the global landscape for renewables, policy and innovation and what the future energy mix looks like.

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AEMO Chief Executive Matt Zema dies

AEMO Chief Executive Matt Zema dies

The managing director and chief executive of the Australian Energy Market Operator, Matt Zema, died suddenly on Saturday, the organisation said in a statement.

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Video of the Day: Postcards from Hazelwood

Video of the Day: Postcards from Hazelwood

Here’s the mail: The proposal by Hazelwood’s French owners to shut down Australia’s dirtiest brown coal generator has a very interesting back story…

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Video of the Day: Powershop ad mocks Trump

Video of the Day: Powershop ad mocks Trump

Powershop has released a video in which six young children parody US presidential hopeful Donald Trump. What’s the story?

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Foyster's cartoon: The climate and clean energy debate

Foyster’s cartoon: The climate and clean energy debate

The first ministerial debate on climate change and clean energy took place on Wednesday.

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Graph of the Day: Tony and Malcolm's solar report card

Graph of the Day: Tony and Malcolm’s solar report card

Tony Abbott and Malcolm Turnbull’s joint project on renewable energy growth marked a big fail by solar lobby group.

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Foyster's Cartoon : How political speeches cut climate emissions

Foyster’s Cartoon : How political speeches cut climate emissions

More than 170 countries last week signed the Paris climate agreement that aims to cap global temperature rises to between 1.5°C and 2°C. Fortunately, there were a lot of speeches.

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Ex-coal chief tells Future Fund's Costello: the coal boom is over

Ex-coal chief tells Future Fund’s Costello: the coal boom is over

Former head of Australian Coal Association says Australia will not prosper by propping up a dying yet dangerous coal industry and blocking real innovation.

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Tasmania's great leap backward: Gas, diesel and now video tapes

Tasmania’s great leap backward: Gas, diesel and now video tapes

First it was a return to gas and diesel generation, now Tasmanians are re-embracing video tapes. Don’t sell the horse and cart just yet.

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Picture of the Day: Stunning Aurora Australis and Milky Way in Bluff wind farm

Picture of the Day: Stunning Aurora Australis and Milky Way in Bluff wind farm

Invercargill photographer Eddie Griffiths captured a stunning series of images at the Flat Hill Wind Farm, Bluff, at the weekend.

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Di Natale: Time for Turnbull to stand up to Coalition dinosaurs

Di Natale: Time for Turnbull to stand up to Coalition dinosaurs

Di Natale says things “pretty crook” when we celebrate non-reappointment of climate denier as chairman of PM’s business advisory board.