PowAR chief executive Geoff Dutaillis talks about big wind projects, battery storage, the ESB’s new rules and connection problems.
AEMO boss Daniel Westerman on the path to 100 per cent renewables, and getting connections right.
Monash Uni’s Behrooz Bahrani says new technologies, such as grid forming inverters, are changing the way we can manage the grid.
New AEMO boss makes a splash, a huge new renewable hydrogen plan, and we talk to Monica Nagashima from Influence Map in Japan.
Alinta’s Gary Bryant on how battery storage is accelerating the shift to renewables.
Labor climate and energy spokesman Chris Bowen on his solar stunt, and why Labor will take a policies, not targets pitch to electorate.
“So many opportunities”. Anika Molesworth represents farmers who want action on climate. But Barnaby is back. Plus: Bidding wars in electricity markets.
What are the prospects for green hydrogen in Australia’s mining industry? BHP, Rio, CEFC, and Enel Green Power share their views.
Tobias Geiger from Westwind talks about the challenges of bringing the country’s biggest wind project to market.
Shell Australia CEO Tony Nunan talks about new NSW contract, big batteries, electric vehicles, hydrogen, LNG and carbon capture.