Turnbull dismisses fossil fuel hydrogen and carbon capture and storage, and laments lack of any new major clean energy projects in Morrison budget.
Australian Federal Government
The single most definitive driving force behind Scott Morrison’s climate policy has been avoiding talking about climate policy.
Clean energy and electric vehicles again ignored in a federal budget focused on propping up fossil fuels.
It was bad enough when Tony Abbott and Joe Hockey were railing against wind farms, but it’s now getting beyond a joke.
Australia’s major fossil fuel export customers are getting cold feet. What does that mean for the country’s fossil-reliant economy?
Keith Pitt refuses to say whether he thinks battery storage is dispatchable, after blocking a government loan to a North Queensland wind and battery project.
AEMO says record installations and growing pipeline of wind, solar and storage mean Australia is well ahead of “step change” scenario.
Ahead of the federal budget, ACF slams the Morrison government for a lack of spending on the environment and climate measures.
Ambitious new commitments of state governments go some way to filling the void left by the lack of a national climate policy.
Morrison government to gift more grants to the gas industry as a new UN report says cutting gas emissions key to limiting global warming.