Former ACT environment minister recognised for outstanding contribution to clean energy industry.
Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel says that the production of hydrogen from coal and gas may be neccessary to meet global transport energy needs.
ESB chair tells Clean Energy Summit state governments are leading the energy transition, as NSW threatens to go it alone if federal Coalition doesn’t get its act together.
He might be a no-show at the Clean Energy Summit, but at least Australia’s minister for emissions reduction is getting a grilling in Parliament.
Study by leading German economic think-tank finds every 1,000MW of nuclear power plant built since 1951 resulted in an average economic loss of $A7.7 billion.
CSIRO study done with gas industry finds Australian LNG production on ‘low end’ for fugitive emissions, but questions remain over contribution of Australian gas exports to global emissions.
Suncorp becomes the latest insurance firm to abandon the thermal coal industry, setting itself the deadline to eliminate coal exposure by 2025.
Second large-scale solar project near Gunnedah gets approval, despite objections from local pistol club worried about glare.
Australia’s renewable energy sector has undergone remarkable recovery, setting new records for investment and momentum is expeted to continue beyond 2020.
Boris Johnson appoints a pro-fracking environment secretary, and his track record suggesting future climate policy could be as unpredictable as the man himself.