A comedian’s take on the “ridiculous” energy market business model, the win-lose equation of rooftop solar, and why our PM is the wind turbine that won’t spin.
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The anticipated shortfall in the gas market – which prompted the Turnbull government to intervene this week – may be short-lived, thanks to the huge investment in new wind and solar farms.
Victoria government wants two 20MW battery storage installations, with 100MWh of storage, in place by January.
Turnbull’s intervention in gas market may guarantee supply, but is unlikely to relieve prices. LNG producers, and Santos in particular, still have a big problem.
The way electricity prices were set in the wholesale market has changed dramatically in just one year. So, who’s playing games with their gas and hydro power?
Despite the climate-denying Trump Administration, and populist movements across the world, Michael Liebreich gave plenty of reasons to be optimistic about future of wind, solar and Evs.
If the world is to decarbonise, Australia’s key trading partners of ours must be part of that shift. That means zero emissions hydrogen fuels – powered by wind and solar – replacing coal and gas exports.
Policy initiatives in China, India and Australia to help deliver a near doubling of wind energy capacity within 5 years.