The hardest part of achieving 100 per cent renewables is the last five or 10 per cent. Green hydrogen is now being viewed as a cheap and effective solution.
Is News Corp really seeing the light on climate? More likely it’s pivoting to a modern style of greenwashing and delay, just like Morrison.
Networks and generators are in the midst of a turf war over who gets to own battery storage, which straddles both their business models.
Angus Taylor introduces legislation to allow offshore wind projects, a move that is likely to kickstart several multi-gigawatt scale projects.
The last emissions data before COP26 is out, adding to the long list of failures Morrison will be taking to Glasgow’s climate meeting in November.
AEMO says there is enough new renewables and other generation entering the grid to cover any supply shortfalls, although coal is becoming less reliable.
Sun Cable is to announce a significant expansion to what is already the world’s biggest solar and battery project, and will deliver first output to Darwin in 2026.
NSW gets 34GW of project proposals for its New England renewable energy zone, one of five designed to build the capacity to replace coal.
Independent advice to ESB warned against capacity mechanism championed by Angus Taylor, and which may pay coal plants to do things they can’t do.
Vast majority of big utilities, battery storage, inverter and software suppliers say AEMO’s proposed reforms could kill market for virtual power plants.