The most urgent challenge facing the National Electricity Market as it transitions to clean energy is not technological but regulatory.
Regulators overseeing the new energy market rules for Australia’s main grid must push back against the attempts by the coal lobby to hijack the process.
New polling shows two thirds of voters would prefer to see governments increasing energy conservation rather than building new power stations.
Which communities will elect members who will help them get in early and capture the huge economic opportunity of the renewables boom?
Turnbull should be excited by the U.S govt’s US$36m investment to turn solar PV and storage batteries into a new kind of virtual power source.
The next generation of solar power technology may be based on chemicals that chameleons and Australian lizards use to change the colour of their skin.