South Australia has reached more than 60 per cent wind and solar over the past 12 months, more than any other grid of its size in the world.
Angus Taylor’s claims of $750 a tonne abatement cost for a “typical” electric vehicle is plain wrong, because it is based on the comparison of a big electric van with a small petrol one.
Taylor urges hybrids over electric vehicles, and says there will be no government incentives for EVs in policy paper described as a “flaccid” and “do nothing” document.
CEP, chaired by former NSW premier Morris Iemma, plans 1200MW big battery at Kurri Kurri, right where the Morrison government wanted to build a gas plant.
How did AGL manage to lose nearly $2 billion on its early wind farm investments? And can it avoid a repeat as it manages the survival and exit of its coal and gas assets.
New transmission links considered essential to renewables transition in doubt after AEMC says six dollar a year impact too much to allow for change in rules.
Two solar farms listed for sale in NSW experience production shortfalls as a result of inverter problems and a lightning strike.
Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill iron ore mine to build a 30MW solar farm to cut emissions and reduce costs from burning fossil fuels.
BHP signs deal with biggest solar farm in Western Australia to supply half the electricity needs at its Kwinana nickel refinery, slashing costs and emissions.
Global logistics giant Atco buys rights to pumped hydro storage project located in what will be the first renewable energy zone in NSW.