Solar power has fallen to prices that are, by any stretch of the measure, insanely, world-changingly cheap. And they are going to fall further.
Renewable energy sector calls on COAG meeting to reject AEMC’s proposed rules, saying they will prop up fossil fuels.
Climate denial is making a strong comeback in Scott Morrison’s Coalition. So much so that it seems to be having an impact on the other side of politics.
South Australia says it has 10GW of wind and solar projects now in pipeline, as it heads towards target of “net” 100% renewables, and becoming a clean energy powerhouse.
Share market surges, but price of renewable energy certificates and Australian carbon credits fall as clean energy transition is delayed.
Scott Morrison’s week-long celebration of climate and energy policies looks less like a pivot than a crouch. It would make more sense if more renewables were on the agenda, but they aren’t.
Scott Morrison chosen to lead Liberal Party and to be next prime minister. It’s a relief for the renewables industry – compared to a Dutton government- but may be no cause for celebration.
Turnbull effectively dumps emissions component from the proposed National Energy Guarantee, in what could be his final act of capitulation to the far right forces within the government parties.
“Decisions document” for National Energy Guarantee – circulated just a week after submissions closed – confirms worst fears of critics, but confirms the huge savings likely from new wind and solar projects.
China, Gupta, storage. This past week has seen landmark developments that signal the pace of the energy transition is gathering speed, with huge implications for consumers (mostly good) and incumbent utilities (mostly not so good).