The change in outlook for the electricity sector has been dramatic and unexpected. Five years into the decline, is it too late to push back?
Caroline flows pretty close to pure CO2 to service our need to fizz our drinks, among other things. And provides important lessons about CO2 storage.
NEM-wide emissions have fallen 14% over the past two spring seasons since the carbon tax was implemented. Something must be working.
Outgoing Shell CEO Peter Voser says his huge bet on US shale was a big regret of his time as chief executive of the company.
Small-scale solar is rapidly approaching grid parity – a growing incentive for installing modules that will reduce demand for grid-based services.
Overspending on Australia’s electricity grid is imposing a huge impost on national productivity.
Electricity demand has fallen again dramatically this winter, and demand is now nearly 20% below 2007 forecasts. And the reduction is accelerating.
The drop in NEM emissions over the past year has been staggering. How much is attributable to the carbon tax and other clean energy policies?
Despite blistering heat and a supposed new air-con load, Australia’s electricity market wasn’t pushed very hard at all this past summer. So what’s going on?
Uncertainty rules as Australia looks to exploit its formidable unconventional gas resource. But the outcome for the climate is not looking good.