Australian company reveals ‘positive’ results for zero carbon lithium production
ASX-listed Vulcan Energy Resources unveils pre-feasibility study for profitable, zero carbon, lithium plant in Germany
2021 is here: what to watch out for in Australian climate and energy politics
2021 is well underway and is already on track to be another year of climate policy shenanigans - here's what to watch out for this year.
2020 among the top three warmest years on record, along with 2016 and 2019
2020 confirmed as another year ranking amongst the hottest on record. The urgency of reducing emissions only gets higher every day.
Federal environment departments suppressing access to information, audit shows
An audit of federal FOI requests finds environmental agencies amongst the worst at providing open access to government documents.
Don’t hold your breath for clean air in Victoria
A year ago, bushfires blanketed major Australian cities with smoke, but coal fired power stations are their own major source of air pollution.
Nation’s capital celebrates strong year for households embracing solar power
ACT government celebrates strong uptake of rooftop solar, with more than 4,200 systems added in 2020.
AGL picks Wärtsilä and Fluence to deliver on 1000MW big battery vision
AGL locks in key suppliers for its big battery ambitions and Tesla has missed out.
New report highlights limitations of CCS after stumbles at flagship project
At a time when wind and solar are surpassing expectations, a slew of new reports are showing that CCS isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Media coverage of climate was hit by COVID19 but it’s time for a comeback
Did the pandemic hurt climate coverage? Yes - but not for long, and not as much as you might think. And it's set to come back in a big way
A touch of spice key to more efficient and longer lasting solar panels, researchers discover
Researchers find capsaicin, the chemical that gives chilli its spice, helps produce stable and efficient perovskite solar cells.
Increased CO2 levels could be risk to young lungs, Australian scientists find
Australian researchers, in a world first study, find predicted future levels of CO2 concentrations could harm the development of young lungs.
Climate Change? Nothing to see here, says ESB
If you assume climate change is playing a significant role in the Energy Security Board’s deliberations over the optimum design of the future market, you would be wrong.