Australia is among the biggest power markets in the world, so what happens Down Under in terms of renewable energy does actually matter.
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Comprehensive sales figures for EV battery manufacturers in 2014 recently became available, giving us further insight into the fast-growing market.
If BP is basing its business model on its energy outlook, it has major problems. The huge report makes just four mentions of solar, claiming it will not be competitive with gas for at least another 20 years.
Distributed energy storage has the potential to solve many modern-day electricity system ills. But as this chart shows, we’re not quite there yet.
Science finds ‘overwhelming’ link between man-made climate change and extreme heat events, like the one in 12,300-year 2012/13 Australian summer.
Report says solar the new shale, with potential to transform global power markets; predicts utility-scale solar grid parity in 38 American states by 2030.
A dozen graphs to show success of Germany’s energy transition – as renewable source rise, coal burning, emissions, and wholesale prices have all fallen.
New research shows cumulative subsidies to coal and nuclear are each double that of renewables in Germany, and adding nearly a third to household costs.