POWAR chief Geoff Dutaillis appointed inaugural chair of clean energy investor forum
Long-time clean energy executive and POWAR chief Geoff Dutaillis to lead Clean Energy Investment Roundtable.
Australian carbon units reach record high, surging past $19 per tonne
Australian carbon credit units surge to new price highs on the back of interest from major corporate emitters in voluntary offsets.
Snowy sees room for five more gas plants, says 100 pct renewables “inconceivable”
Snowy Hydro says taxpayer funds for Kurri Kurri not a subsidy, but Alinta says no private investor could build a similar plant without government support.
Northvolt raises $3.6 billion to lift production of “greenest” battery
Sweden's NorthVolt raises another $3.6 billion to boost production of "world's greenest battery", as VW and Goldman Sachs chip in.
Industry slams Taylor’s favoured coal subsidy in response to ESB market options
Energy industry lining up against Angus Taylor's favoured "capacity markets" put forward as an option by Energy Security Board. Even Snowy Hydro is opposed.
New Zealand’s climate ambition isn’t perfect, but it is miles ahead of Australia
New Zealand's climate history and its climate targets are a mixed bag at best, but they are miles ahead of Australia's coal obsession.
Glenrowan West solar farm completes commissioning in Victoria
Glenrowan West solar farm in Victoria completed and declared fully operational, complete with "sizeable" flock of sheep.
Kurri Kurri costs could blow out and could run out of gas, energy experts say
Energy experts say the cost of proposed Kurri Kurri gas plant could exceed $1bn, while the potential benefits have been overblown.
EV-to-grid could supply three times peak electricity demand: BNEF
EVs could supply three times Germany's peak demand by 2040 if every one was fitted with vehicle-to-grid technology, says BloombergNEF.
Massive 1,200MW wind farm planned for Queensland flags 15 month delay
The ambitious $2 billion Forest Wind project, set to become one of the biggest in the southern hemisphere, faces 15 month delay.
Victoria, Tesla and Enphase line up against proposed solar export tax
Solar tax criticised by Tesla and Enphase, the makers of battery technologies the proposal is supposed to support, while networks baulk at removing zero export limits.
Tasmania reaches 100 pct renewables – but climate action doesn’t stop there
Tasmania, thanks to its hydro and forests, has reached 100 pct renewables. Now it can show the world what the other side of net-zero emissions should look like.