French energy giant EDF chases big solar play in Hunter Valley coal region
French energy giant EDF in major solar play in the Hunter Valley, signs MOU with local coal mining company.
“Missing markets”: Why energy storage projects are being sidelined in Australia
ESB chief Kerry Schott plays down concerns around proposed 'capacity mechanism' telling forum its not designed to keep coal operating.
Taylor tightens rules for rooftop solar industry, hands sheriff’s badge to CER
Australia’s rooftop solar industry is bracing for a major regulatory overhaul, including on how companies and equipment qualify for the national rebate scheme.
EnergyAustralia calls for partners for what could be country’s biggest battery
EnergyAustralia seeks a partner for the massive Wooreen big battery in Victoria, part of its plans to replace the Yallourn brown coal generator.
Solar Insiders Podcast: Australia’s breakthrough solar technology
Australia has a chance to set up its own solar manufacturing industry after new benchmark in solar cell efficiency.
Morrison says sub deal won’t lead to nuclear power push in Australia. Don’t believe him
Morrison says he has no plans for nuclear power plants despite nuclear subs deal. But conservatives and the pro-nuclear lobby won't stop trying.
Black Summer bushfires released more than a year’s worth of Australian emissions
New research suggests emissions from the 2019/2020 Black Summer of bushfires were double previous estimates, and triggered a plankton bloom bigger than Australia.
Australia-Japan consortium explores Queensland renewable hydrogen export hub
Queensland's Stanwell Corporation to lead Australia-Japan consortium investigating massive new hydrogen export terminal.
Geothermal powered green hydrogen proposed for WA fertiliser plant
Strike Energy reveals plans to add a 10MW renewable hydrogen electrolyser to a urea fertiliser production facility it is developing in WA’s Mid West Region.
Too little, too late: Morrison may want praise in Glasgow, but net zero by 2050 won’t cut it
There is growing speculation that Morrison will adopt a 2050 target for net zero - but the science, and Australia's allies, say it's too little too late.
There’s a better alternative to support the right mix of capacity and flexibility
We need arrangements that incentivise highly flexible and responsive generation to support the desired level of reliability in a renewables future.
New renewables player launches in Australia with 1.3GW solar, wind and battery pipeline
New renewables developer emerges in Australia with ready made portfolio of 10 wind, solar and battery storage projects.