The Australian is once again cherry-picking data in campaign against wind and solar. Here are some of its claims, followed by… facts supported with sources!
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Wholesale electricity prices have doubled since the last federal poll, but they don’t seem to be an election issue. Why would that be?
A new IRENA report states that solar PV capacity could grow 10-fold over the next fourteen years, driven by cost reductions.
With the emergence of advanced, smarter technology, consumers can now make more informed choices about energy usage and “prosumers” -resulting in a two way directional flow of power.
BMW unveils a new systems that allows EV owners to use their old battery pack in their homes when they upgrade their car with a new battery pack.
“Capacity payments” in the European utility industry today are looking more and more like subsidies to prop up a fading industry threatened by the rise of renewables.
Appointment of environmental campaigner as head of energy policy in Philippines signals major shift away from coal and towards 100% renewable energy.
PG&E to close last nuclear power station and elects to lift renewable energy target to 55% by 2031 and boost energy efficiency.
Polls consistently show Australian voters want climate change on the election agenda, so why are leaders keeping so quiet about it?
Facing opposition to domestic coal plant plans, Adani is desperately trying to reinvent itself as a solar company before it is swept aside by more adaptable rivals.
South Pole Observatory carbon dioxide observing station cleared 400 ppm on May 23 – first time in 4 million years.