Kerry Schott joins Energy Insiders to discuss the proposed options for the energy market reform, and why coal generators are not viable, and may need support.
CarbonTracker’s Kingsmill Bond on his new report showing why wind and solar are already driving the most rapid energy transition the world has seen. Plus: Biden’s stunning climate pledge, Morrison digs in, and the AGL break-up.
Erin Coldham from Star of the South discusses the massive 2GW offshore wind project in Victoria that could be up and running in 2028. Plus: The gas bauble bursts.
Logan Goldie-Scot, head of clean power research at BloombergNEF, discusses supply chain and price forecasts for battery storage, EVs and green hydrogen. Plus: Not so Kean on Turnbull, and Walcha’s big play.
AGL CEO Brett Redman on the reasons behind the utility’s proposed split, the pace of change with new technologies, and what’s next.
AEMC CEO Benn Barr discusses the controversial new solar tax, and the rule maker’s approach to the re-write of the energy market design. Plus: Batteries vs gas.
AEMO presses the off button for rooftop solar; and can EVs really provide battery storage on wheels for the grid? Laura Jones from ANU’s School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering, gives an update.
We analyse the closure of Yallourn, the response from Angus Taylor, and are joined by The City of Newcastle’s Adam Clarke on how the coal city is transitioning to clean energy.
Greens leader Adam Bandt joins Energy Insiders to discuss his party’s policies, the Coalition’s “deliberate” misinformation program, and the chances of striking a deal with Labor.
Texas blackouts have lessons for Australia. As climate impacts grow, new market reforms are introduced, and more battery storage comes into the grid.