Andrew Forrest’s target of an astonishing 1,000 gigawatts of zero emissions energy around the world sounds almost absurdly grandiose. Can he do it?
Last carbon capture and storage (CCS) coal plant in the United States will shut down indefinitely from June after operators deemed it no longer economic.
Increasingly severe and unpredictable extreme weather events have knocked an extra $86m off Suncorp’s half year accounts, prompting calls for more action on climate change.
Elon Musk offers $US100 million to fund innovation in technology that draws carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and stores it for at least 100 years.
Jemena is to lead a trial of “smart wall chargers” across three states to test how networks can “dynamically” manage charging of electric vehicles at home.
New report says states need to accelerate plans for zero emissions buses if they are to meet their net zero targets.
Dasgupta Review up-ends economic assumptions about biodiversity loss, which is increasingly becoming a mainstream financial concern.
In trial dubbed “project symphony”, Western Australia commits $35 million to its first major virtual power plant.
Australia gets poor rating on climate policies from BNEF scoreboard, and even worse rating on clean transport.