“Australia’s largest” wind turbine installed at Murra Warra – but bigger to come
The 209MW second stage of the Murra Warra wind farm in western Victoria is claiming rights to the largest wind turbine in Australia, for now.
AER sues Hornsdale battery: Fair cop or regulatory over-reach?
Analysis: AER' owns guidelines say court actions should be focused on blatant, ongoing or serious disregard for the law. Is that Hornsdale?
Energy ministers set for showdown, as ACT joins capacity market dissenters
Angus Taylor to receive push back from energy ministers over contentious energy market reforms, as states and territories resist 'coalkeeper' plan.
Victorian EPA and three coal plants sued over failures to regulate emissions
The Victorian EPA and three coal power generators taken to court over alleged failures to regulate emissions, in key test of Victorian climate laws.
“Race to replace”: We need to tie new energy capacity with the exit of old generators
There are many options to manage the energy transition that don’t involve capacity payments.
Shell’s Gangarri solar farm delivers “first glimmers” of output
The 120MW Gangarri solar farm in Queensland overcomes a troubled construction history to produce its first signs of generation.
The Driven Podcast: “Everyone wants to drive it.” Matt Kean and his Tesla
NSW energy minister Matt Kean on why he chose a Tesla Model 3, the state’s EV and renewables vision, and getting out of coal.
Regulator takes Tesla big battery to court for failing to properly back up broken coal plant
Regulator takes Tesla big battery at Hornsdale to court over its alleged failure to deliver promised FCAS services when the country's biggest coal unit tripped.
Great Solar Business Podcast: Differentiation and how to find it
Kon Flaherty from Green Energy Technologies in Queensland shows how to find a point of difference in an increasingly crowded solar market.
China delivers “killer blow” to coal as Morrison courts Joe Biden
China deals "killer" blow to Australian coal exports, Biden doubles global climate finance, while Morrison announces he has a plan for a plan.
AGL gets climate action lesson from angry investors and inspired teenager
A majority of AGL shareholders support motion calling for a Paris aligned business transition, as bid by teenager for board seat falls short.
Australia “ripe” for floating wind farms, as 4GW earmarked for NSW coal ports
New study says Australia is "ripe" for offshore wind, and could use its expertise to tap into floating platforms and use coal plant infrastructure.