For decades, experts have said how we use energy is just as important as how we generate it. For decades, Australia has ignored the opportunities of energy efficiency.
Other countries are delivering billions of dollars in savings on energy bills by managing how and when they use energy, but Australia has made almost no progress.
We know energy efficiency is the low-hanging fruit of emissions reduction and lower bills, but a new report shows it’s also a major job creator, with plenty more potential.
AEMC rule changes would give consumers more control over the energy market, and reduce the ability of generators to exploit their market power. This could be a huge win.
New survey reveals energy efficiency enjoys extremely high levels of public support. But that’s not why we should be embracing it.
IEA report says energy efficiency a huge investment opportunity, and growing rapidly, but must be ramped up to avoid dangerous climate change.
While the physical storm has passed, we’re yet to emerge from the political tempest that’s followed.
While the Budget made major spending commitments for transport, health, education and domestic violence, funding for clean energy was much more modest
Govt study shows national energy saving scheme could deliver up to $5.3bn in economic benefits, cut power bills by 10%. So where’s the fanfare?
Like a monument to extravagance, our National Electricity Market is plated with gold and marble that we just don’t need. And it’s costing consumers.