Morrison government’s policy chaos and its massive taxpayer subsidies for fossil fuels is undermining Queensland’s efforts to shift to renewables.
A new investor survey shows interest in low cost battery and solar technologies surged in 2021, but enthusiasm for hydrogen has tempered.
New deal between SDP, Greens and pro-business party calls for coal exit by 2030, and an 80 per cent share for renewables.
Shell seeks to reassure Powershop customers that it will be ‘business as usual’ for retailer following acquisition, as some look for the exit.
Australia’s de facto carbon price hit $40/tonne, at least in the forward market, as international markets took off in response to COP26 outcome.
Here are three simple, low cost actions that could accelerate push to zero emissions, and some less easy policy moves that could lock it in.
Australia’s most senior treasury offical warns Australia must remain engaged in global shift to sustainable finance, whether it likes it or not.
New analysis finds no evidence Australia will achieve a “projected” 35 per cent cut in emissions by 2030, and even the official Paris targets are in doubt.
Simon Corbell says Australia’s green energy transition will be harder, slower and more expensive due to federal government’s lack of leadership.
While major questions will remain over the Morrison government’s climate policies, focus will shift to Labor for it to deliver its alternative plan.