During the coming months, countries around the world are expected to release details about the climate action plans they intend to implement after 2020.
Category: News & Commentary
100kW solar system on Canberra office building marks ACT’s ‘largest known’ commercial solar install, to supply nearly half building’s weekly energy needs.
UQ opens its 3.275MW solar research facility, with single and dual tracking and battery storage to test solar integration in off-grid and edge of grid locations.
While the use of solar PPAs has been the norm for many years overseas, the concept in general is new to Australia and not necessarily well understood.
An eighteen month freeze in large scale renewable energy investment has occurred around the country and it must be solved.
What would our energy system look like if the move to a low-carbon society wasn’t left to governments and big energy companies but instead led by civil society?
New report slams Abbott government for throwing away influence at international climate talks. This could be costly for Australia, considering the favourable outcome a determined negotiating team managed to obtain for the country under the Howard government.
New report says roof has fallen in on US coal, leaving it in a state of structural decline that should be ringing alarm bells for investors worldwide.
The cost of electric vehicle battery packs is falling so rapidly they are probably already cheaper than expected for 2020.