New York Governor Andrew Cuomo promises declining carbon emissions even as the state closes the Indian Point nuclear power plant.
ESCOSA decision to remove the minimum price for solar exports shows lack of understanding in the South Australian electricity market.
Despite predictions that consumers – households and businesses – will be supplying half of all electricity needs within a few decades, the automatic reflex of the institutions that govern our electricity market remains to protect the incumbents. This needs to change.
India’s new draft National Electricity Plan concludes India does not require any new coal-fired power stations and its energy minister says it must look beyond fossil fuels.
You couldn’t dream up the crazy set of events that have driven fears that South Australia is a sign of the threats to come to power supply reliability.
Investors feel like they have been sandwiched between Cory Bernardi and Bob Brown, but there are finally signs that the investment drought for wind and solar is over.
Last week served as a reminder – as if we needed another one – that climate policy is still a wild ride in Australian politics.
Senator Malcolm Roberts has met with some of world’s most notorious and longest-serving climate science deniers to help put their stamp on the new Trump administration.