China has set a net zero emissions target, which ultimately means the closure of the biggest coal fleet in the world. China coal expert Ryna Yiyun Cui from the University of Maryland explains how this might be done.
Rick Francis, CEO of network investor Spark Infrastructure, explains why networks are key to the clean energy transition. And it’s not just poles and wires.
In her first interview since announcing her surprise decision to leave AEMO, Audrey Zibelman explains why she’s going to Google’s X, and what’s next for Australia’s clean energy transition.
The new Warradarge wind farm north of Perth will be one of Australia’s best performing, with a capacity factor of around 50%. Bright Energy’s Tom Frood explains why, and we look at the latest network news.
The soon-to-depart Audrey Zibelman and the newly re-appointed Kerry Schott make clear that the clean energy transition in Australia will be rapid.
Tesla’s Battery Day delivered anticipated cost cuts, but the agency to act is highlighted by both Elon Musk and our guest, Zeke Hausfather from The Breakthrough Institute.
The Coalition’s energy week begins with big gas plans and finishes with more support for carbon capture and storage. And we talk to lithium market expert Rod Hooper ahead of Tesla’s Battery Day.
Queensland energy minister Anthony Lynham says the future of Australia is in renewable energy. All the states understand this, the only party that doesn’t is the federal government.
Hydro Tasmania CEO Stephen Davy steps down this week with a prediction that the clean energy transition can happen faster than people think, but will need new market signals.
AEMO’s Alex Wonhas joins Energy Insiders to discuss the new 20-year plan to manage the switch to a renewables dominated grid, and how to connect this new wind and solar capacity.