In an embarrassing rebuff to the JBIC, an Indonesian administrative court has ruled a key environmental permit for a huge coal plant expansion was issued illegally.
As centralised and distributed energy markets continue to diverge, can the curse of capital allocation be managed in a way that creates value (or at least minimises loss) for shareholders?
First-quarter decline in investment reflects partly falling cost of capital for renewables, allowing investors to install same capacity for less cash.
By the early 2020s, unsubsidized wind and solar prices will beat the Variable Costs of Operating Coal and Natural Gas Plants
While Turnbull pedals Australian coal as a solution to India’s electrification problems, study finds Mumbai could source half its peak power needs from rooftop solar.
PM lambasted for “sucking up” to Adani during India visit, and putting coal exports ahead of the Great Barrier Reef.
Senate committee produces 5 different conclusions, highlighting impossible nature of Australia’s energy politics. The most absurd conclusions came from the Coalition, and One Nation.
Coal power plant emissions fell by an impressive 11%, according to new EU data, but still accounted for 39% of total emissions.
Yet another report highlights how fossil fuel generators have “melted” in the summer heatwave, with 3,000MW of capacity lost as use of air conditioners soared in early February.