Heat pumps are regarded as a miracle of low-carbon heating technology, but a new report suggests the refrigerants they use carry environmental risks.
Coal shipped out of Australia’s ports last year carried 897 million tonnes of embedded CO2 emissions, almost double Australia’s domestic emissions.
Victoria’s upper house has passed Labor’s controversial EV road user charge into law. Here’s how it works, and what happens if you don’t pay.
Green energy arm of Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals signs MOU with Japanese engineering firm for green ammonia project in Tasmania.
Ampol wants us to believe it can transform itself into a low emissions fuel company – a big ask for a company that does nothing much other than sell oil.
Aluminium producer gets funding to trial new technology that uses solar power rather than fossil fuels to turn bauxite into alumina.
Energy start-up Verdant Earth Technologies says it has figured out a way of using biomass to produce hydrogen and help firm the grid.
A South Australian government-backed operation to manufacture green hydrogen and distribute it through the gas mains has officially begun operations.
Verdant Earth Technologies, a small energy company with big plans for exporting green hydrogen, wants to create a hydrogen export hub in the Top End.
Carbon border taxes will turbocharge demand for clean energy in Southeast Asia, providing opportunities to export Australia’s solar resources.