The next big international trade deals should focus on green growth.
The Australian bank gives UK public-housing contractor as much as $197 million to fund $0 upfront solar installations across Britain. Will Australia follow?
CEO of Europe’s second largest utility says renewables to take biggest chunk of energy market and energy companies will need to get closer to customers.
Looking back at the World Bank’s one and only 1959 nuclear project, it’s hardly surprising it finds renewable energy a far more attractive investment.
ACT Australian CleanTech Index shrugs off policy uncertainty with 3.7% gain for November, again outperforming the S&P ASX200 and Small Ordinaries.
In the face of budget cuts, ARENA’s Industry Program is targeting the development of renewable energy projects to supply Australia’s mining industry; a major growth opportunity for the renewables sector, and a chance for miners to save cash and cut emissions.
A push to get Norway’s $720bn sovereign wealth fund to invest in renewable energy could have far-reaching effects on the global energy market.
Unlike Australia, China is forging ahead with emissions trading, with two pilot schemes launching this week. But how will they differ from western models?
The prospects of huge coal mining project in Galilee Basin dim as infrastructure commitment downgraded and new concerns over ability to get finance.
Report finds falling demand, driven by policy uncertainty, has sent Australia’s rooftop solar market into a decline that could cost more than 3,400 jobs.
The $40 a metric ton price that Shell uses would – if widely adopted – reshape domestic and international energy consumption and investment trends.
Chinese officials have expressed surprise and disappointment Australia is repealing its carbon price, just as it launches its own carbon markets and seeks international links.