Indonesia has announced a moratorium on new coal after 2023, but plenty more work must be done for the country to align with climate targets.
AGL signs up contractor to advise on closure and demolition of Liddell coal generator, and fast-tracks closure of one unit because it is not reliable.
Study warns universal reliance on hydrogen-based fuels could distract from main game of renewable electrification and lock in fossil fuel dependency.
Renewable energy zones will unlock wind and solar and bring prices down, but gas faces challenges from more flexible coal and more renewables.
An historical court ruling in Germany has translated into notably ambitious new targets. But does it have the tech, the will and the policy to get it done?
A new study shows that the vast majority of US coal plants are already more expensive to run than building new solar and wind, and that’s accelerating.
Fossil fools: Murdoch media has joined Angus Taylor and the coal lobby in pushing capacity markets. But they’re not what it thinks they are.
Other nations have acknowledged the demise of coal, and it’s time Australia caught up.
‘Tsunami’ of new renewables to supply majority of electricity in Australia’s main grid by 2030, as market share of coal and gas collapses, Reputex predicts.
Victoria has raised its climate ambition – but has it raised it far enough? There seems to be plenty of low hanging fruit left strangely unpicked.