Woodside firms up solar thermal plans with Bill Gates-backed start-up
Woodside firms up plans with Heliogen, whose solar heat and power technology is tipped to play a key supporting role the gas major's green hydrogen and ammonia plans.
Massive offshore wind project taps “world’s largest” Vestas turbines
Danish wind giant named as prefered supplier to for massive 2.1GW Empire offshore wind project, planned for development off the coast of Long Island, New York.
Graph of the Day: Rooftop solar is eating big solar’s lunch
In Queensland, not all solar is equal, and rooftop solar is taking a big bite out of the revenue pie of large scale facilities.
France far right candidate Marine Le Pen vows to tear down country’s wind turbines
Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has vowed to end all subsidies for renewable energy and tear down all France’s wind turbines if elected.
Taylor faces re-election test in Hume, independent challenger to be revealed soon
Angus Taylor to face re-election challenge in Hume, with a community endorsed independent candidate to be revealed next month.
Easiest first step to net zero is to build massive amounts of solar
Solar offers the cheapest and quickest option to cut emissions in the net 10 years. We just need to build more of it, and connect more of it.
Norway oil giant tips millions into Australian dispatchable “solar hydro” tech
Australian concentrated solar and hydro storage technology outfit RayGen Resources claims Norwegian giant as major new investor.
Joyce fills Morrison’s policy vacuum and says no to green energy transition
Morrison has ceded control of Australia's climate policies to Joyce's Nationals, and didn't even ask them to support an increased 2030 target.
Australia could easily meet a doubling of its 2030 emissions targets. Here’s how
We don’t need new taxes, hydrogen, CCS or a “gas-led recovery”. But we do need the federal government to either get involved or get out of the way.
FRV steps up Australia solar and battery plans, with new investment partner
Canadian pension fund takes 49% stake in FRV Australia, including huge development pipeline of solar and battery storage projects.
Senate committee endorses offshore wind bill, in hope it can help push out coal
Senate committee endorses offshore wind bill, a key stepping stone to several huge project proposals that could help kick coal out of system.
Solar powers more than half of Australia’s grid for first time, coal at record low
As Nationals MPs met to see if they could make coal great again, solar delivered more than half of grid demand for first time, and coal output hit record low.