The d’Arenberg winery in the McLaren Vale region has become the third major SA winery to turn to solar PV. Another is following shortly.
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Australian-founded and managed Atlantis Resources buys 100% of 398MW tidal energy project in Scotland; seeks new projects in India, China and Canada.
AWU claims Energy Australia’s Wallerawang Power Station will be mothballed by March next year, with parts of the thermal coal plant already shut down.
New Liberal MP now wants compensation to nearby property owners for wind farms; media training for cleantech companies, bids narrow for NSW coal assets.
Renewable exports to mainland lift Tassie Hydro to record profit; Pacific Hydro seeks new CEO, Q-Cells passes the cyclone test.
These are the headline statements from the latest IPCC report released on Friday. They summarise the main conclusions.
Japanese gas giant picks up a stake in Australian energy management firm as Japan heads for more energy supply problems.
New analysis from Potsdam Institute says costs to GDP, and on energy prices, would treble if climate change action is delayed to 2030.
This is a transcript of a speech given by Origin Energy CEO Grant King at a CEDA luncheon in Sydney on Monday. I should have thought to make a subtext for today’s speech as to never let facts get in the way of a good argument, and what I hope today is to present some […]
A Goulburn newspaper – where where wind farms are a major issue – invited all candidates to describe their stance on wind energy. The result is fascinating.
Australia’s first energy storage conference set for 2014; South Korea’s nuclear slip; nuclear-free Austria’s power price pledge; and tracking green policy.