Report highlights what it describes as the Victorian Coalition Government’s “systematic campaign” against renewable energy and climate policies.
Category: Smart Energy
Utilities in Europe and North America “have to change their business model, whether they like it or not”, says the International Energy Agency
Chile to become the first country in South America to institute a carbon tax, and the second in Latin America after Mexico.
The rule maker for Australia’s energy markets is targeting households with air-con and solar as it tries to share around the cost of networks, and to recognise role of battery storage. But will these rules reward incumbent utilities, or recognise the future? And can they be done fast enough?
There is a looming disconnect between the rapidly evolving new world of distributed energy technologies and the old world of electricity pricing.
U.S. News has investigated just how many birds are killed by different energy sources each year, and the figures do not look good for coal utilities.
Australian-founded Atlantis Resources raises $US83m towards construction of first phase of planned 398MW tidal-stream power plant off Scotland.