A new analysis shows that despite the temporary dent from Covid-19 and gains in renewables, Australia is returning to a badly off-track state on emissions.
Proposed Covid stimulus package signed off by Trump promises two-year extension of one of the US’s most successful renewable energy supports.
A sugar hit of COVID-affected transport, growing renewables and suspicious revisions – all the hidden bits in Australia’s new emissions data.
Covid and drought help reduce emissions in latest quarter, but there’s little evidence of any long-term cuts, apart from the switch to wind and solar.
France-based Akuo Energy puts 132MW Granite Hills wind farm on ice due to “extreme financial pressures” wrought by the Coronavirus pandemic.
After the federal government’s failure to tackle the multiple challenges we face, Victorians look to the state government to show leadership on a green Covid recovery.
Covid may temporarily cut emissions, but the world will still likely blow past the carbon budget for a 1.5-degree future in 2028.
Covid-19 travel restrictions and continued renewables growth contribute to fall in Australia’s emissions, but benefits set to be short lived.
Energy market analysts warn that the ‘only way is up’ for electricity prices, as Covid-19 will have a temporary role in pushing prices down.
New report finds pollution from Australia’s 22 remaining coal power plants is causing hundreds of premature deaths a year, thousands of chronic respiratory illnesses.