Price surges are being blamed on wind energy. Cherry-picked numbers that serve to confirm a belief that already exists is something you’re going to see a lot of this year.
Category: News & Commentary
Tasmanian Economic Regulator’s draft report on solar feed-in tariff ignores the challenge of energy security in Tasmania, the changes facing electricity industry nationally, and climate change.
German green power provider Lichtblick has announced plans to incentivize the charging of electric vehicles at times of low power demand.
Queensland Resource Council calls for government aid as struggling coal companies “teeter on the brink”. Is the coal industry finally facing up to reality?
More than 1,000MW of large-scale renewables projects will likely be committed this year, but we’ll still fall short of the RET in 2018. The problem lies with financier confidence, not a lack of economically viable projects.
CSIRO chief provides echo chamber for climate denialists: “It almost sounds more like religion than science to me.”
How did Greg Hunt win an award that Greens deputy leader Scott Ludlam says “sounds like something his mum made up”? As the satire ramps up, confusion emerges about exactly who was responsible.
What does it say that Indian coal imports fell 28.6% year over year in January 2016 and US coal production was down record 32.4%?
We all know that energy efficiency is the lowest cost, highest benefit, biggest no-brainer when it comes to reducing pollution across our economy. But will government’s embrace it?