PwC survey finds that utilities are finally waking up to the threat of changed energy business models.
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Australia’s big utilities may have increased market share by more than half, but they almost completely missed the biggest energy market trend in 100 years.
Report finds diesel subsidies for Australia’s biggest coal miners costs budget $360m a year, simple reform to scheme could save $15bn over four years.
Germany sets a new record for solar output, producing more than 25,000MW for first time, helping to push energy prices into negative territory.
NSW businesses lead the country in installing rooftop solar, as the state retains its newly fee-won mantle of the country’s biggest solar market.
Solar reaches nearly 10% of demand in France, prompting analysts to say energy markets are facing ‘biggest revolution’ since nuclear reactors built in 1970s.
A chart reviewing the first week’s output from AGL’s Nyngan solar plant shows it has been regular as clockwork in its supply of electricity to the grid.
New infographic shows almost all expert projections underestimated the scale and speed of the global shift to solar and wind energy, with one exception.