Global climate finance levels are dropping—largely because the cost of solar has fallen so quickly.
New data highlights how policy certainty affects two big renewable energy markets in Australia: Rooftop solar is growing, large scale renewables at standstill.
Tony Abbott is trying to reduce the global energy debate to a competition between “goodies and baddies.” Coal is good, he says, and in Abbott’s world black clearly trumps green. But he is backing the wrong team.
CEC cuts deal with aluminium industry in hope of policy certainty by Xmas. And Ross Garnaut says renewables – not coal – key to Australia’s prosperity.
How are Australia’s big electricity utilities’ reacting to an increasingly carbon constrained economy? Confusing picture or rational response?
Research finds coloured wind turbines, as opposed to white or grey, would prevent wildlife injuries and death. We can already hear the anti-wind cries…
Google signs deal to power its Netherlands data centre with 100% renewables, including complete output of local wind farm currently under construction.
Victorian Greens pledge to shut down Victoria’s dirtiest coal power plants as soon as next year, if they win the balance of power in next week’s election.
Having lost the battle on health, the anti-wind brigade wants another Senate Inquiry, this time into wind’s effect on emissions, power prices and fauna.
Acquisition to make SunEdison world’s largest renewable energy developer and give TerraForm Power 521 MW of additional operating wind and PV plants.