Neoen delivers scathing review of ESB market reform proposals, saying they have been rushed and should be abandoned before doing more harm.
Australia has huge pipeline of green hydrogen projects, but subsidies will be needed to bring cost down to targeted $A2 per kilogram.
Japanese coal and oil giants make first big solar investment in Australia with an eye to the renewable hydrogen and ammonia market.
The Queensland government will ramp up its investments in clean energy and green manufacturing, through a $2 billion renewable and hydrogen fund.
Long-time clean energy executive and POWAR chief Geoff Dutaillis to lead Clean Energy Investment Roundtable.
Australian carbon credit units surge to new price highs on the back of interest from major corporate emitters in voluntary offsets.
Snowy Hydro says taxpayer funds for Kurri Kurri not a subsidy, but Alinta says no private investor could build a similar plant without government support.
Energy industry lining up against Angus Taylor’s favoured “capacity markets” put forward as an option by Energy Security Board. Even Snowy Hydro is opposed.
New Zealand’s climate history and its climate targets are a mixed bag at best, but they are miles ahead of Australia’s coal obsession.
Energy experts say the cost of proposed Kurri Kurri gas plant could exceed $1bn, while the potential benefits have been overblown.