Wind and solar grab world record 135 pct share of state demand, 108 pct over two days
Wind and solar smash records again in South Australia, reaching 135 per cent of local demand and more than 108 per cent average over past 48 hours.
Morrison chaos and fossil fuel funding is undermining Queensland’s efforts to go green
Morrison government's policy chaos and its massive taxpayer subsidies for fossil fuels is undermining Queensland's efforts to shift to renewables.
“Too difficult:” Vestas says wind projects will stop if Australia doesn’t invest in grid
Global wind developer Vestas warns that new developments will come to a halt if Australia does not fast track grid expansion.
Morrison and Taylor outline vision for more fossil gas fields, and more pipelines
The Morrison government's new gas infrastructure plan would expand fossil gas extraction, and push Australia into fossil hydrogen.
Queensland auditor general says state may miss 50pct renewables target
Queensland energy minister admits there's "more work to do" after review suggests state could miss its 50 per cent renewables target.
Fossil gas pared back to its bare bones in South Australia’s renewables grid
Fossil fuel generation pared back to bare bones in South Australia on Friday, with just 80MW of gas output and more than 100 per cent renewables.
Transcript: Energy Insiders Podcast interview with Ben Bolot
Ben Bolot from ATCO on the role pumped hydro storage could play in a renewables dominated grid in Australia.
Market operator gives itself more room to move on rooftop solar shutdowns
AEMO gives itself more room to move on rooftop solar shutdowns after reviewing the world-first shutdown that occurred in March.
Transcript: Energy Insiders Podcast interview with Isshu Kikuma
Isshu Kikuma from BloombergNEF discusses the energy transition in Japan, and opportunities for offshore wind and green ammonia.
Edify advances green hydrogen ambitions with Port of Townsville deal
Australian solar and battery storage developer signs MoU to investigate the possibility of exporting green hydrogen through Port of Townsville.
Massive “energy islands” in North and Baltic Seas move step closer to reality
Development of massive gigawatt-scale energy islands in the North Sea and Baltic Sea boosted by signing of two key transmission agreements.
WA premier vows to protect Scarborough gas project as Morrison dances jig of joy
Environment groups demand explanation from WA premier McGowan, after he suggested massive Scarborough gas project will be protected from legal action.