More EU countries than ever are meeting their 2020 targets for renewable energy generation ahead of schedule.
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More than 1,000MW of large-scale renewables projects will likely be committed this year, but we’ll still fall short of the RET in 2018. The problem lies with financier confidence, not a lack of economically viable projects.
Before jumping into the home battery market, make sure you do your research.
Queensland Productivity Commission warns QRET will cost $10.8bn in subsidies, based on a study in which the benefits of new renewable energy are studiously ignored.
The U.K. wind energy industry received a boost this week with the announcement of the world’s biggest offshore wind farm, to be built off the northeast coast.
Nearly six months ago Malcolm Turnbull became PM after Tony Abbott was dumped by his own party. What emerged from this shake-up, however, was a shady new composite figure – a Malcolm Abbott, or a Tony Turnbull. Here’s how to recognise him…
The transformation and decarbonisation of our energy supply also requires a plan to retire the state’s outdated and polluting coal-fired power stations.
Epuron says it’s unclear why NSW government has cut proposed capacity of Yass Valley wind project in half, but it will push ahead anyway.
“State of transition” Oil oversupply, shale bankruptcies, gas leaks, and a whiff of securities fraud
The great global energy transition will play out in countless small dramas. But reminders of the over-arching global narrative, that we are in a race against time, are remorseless.