Two international reports name Australia among a small number of G20 nations whose climate change efforts are falling well short of other countries.
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In good news for Australian renewables – and perhaps even better news for a nervous US market – Deutsche report names “detrimental solar policy” as one of biggest drivers of global battery storage market, which it says has reached an inflection point.
ARENA’s large-scale solar funding round revealed projected connection costs noticeably lower than for existing projects. Why is it so?
The ever expanding list of stuff we can blame on renewables received another contribution yesterday from Federal MP Craig Kelly. And it’s a doozy.
The Turnbull government’s strategy of letting technology push come to policy shove is putting key Australian industries at risk, according to a new report which says battery storage could displace traditional energy players “far more rapidly than anticipated.”
With no economic option to clean it up, and no buyer, the French owner of Victoria’s Hazelwood coal power plant has confirmed it will close in March 2017. Engie also looking to sell Loy Yang B coal plant, and WA Kwinana gas station, as it transitions to low-carbon generation.
The Emissions Reduction Fund cannot serve as the foundation for more serious action without completely separating industrial emissions from land sector abatement.
Strong winds that blew Malcolm Turnbull’s South Australia itinerary off course this week provided more than 100% of the state’s electricity needs for much of the day.
An increase in the coal price and Turnbull’s apparent change of view means the Coal Wars are BACK. Re-arm yourself the facts.
New report says coal is no solution to poverty, but Malcolm Turnbull is using the fossil fuel industry slogan to try to curb environmental groups and to shore up his increasingly shaky leadership.