Grattan Institute’s latest report suggest rapid expansion of renewable capacity means higher electricity prices. But is that true?
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Australia’s public desire for climate action is strongest it has been since 2008. The question, now, is how will our politicians respond?
South Australia’s electricity shock exposed an emerging conflict between Australia’s climate policies and the demands of our energy market.
Solar’s increasing affordability is making it a popular energy source in many parts of Africa, finds IRENA.
Research shows that the introduction of emission standards for light vehicles has considerable benefits for motorists and Australia more broadly.
GM is set to take on Tesla with its Chevy Bolt electric car. Meanwhile, big developments in offshore wind and battery storage.
Continued technological advancements are expected to continue reducing the cost of wind energy, according to a new survey of leading wind experts.
According to the Victorian pricing authority – yes they are. But is this a “market failure” that justifies regulatory intervention, or are we missing something?
Choosing renewables means negotiating a series of technical and regulatory issues at a scale never before attempted in Australia. But if anyone can do it…