China’s MingYang Smart Energy launch first floating offshore wind tower and turbine ever built in China, a 5.5MW turbine.
Australia’s major fossil fuel export customers are getting cold feet. What does that mean for the country’s fossil-reliant economy?
Joe Biden has confirmed the new climate target for the United States will be to slash emissions by at least half by 2030. Australia refuses to budge.
Australia’s tokenistic climate policy looks increasingly isolated after US and China jointly declare they are “firmly committed” to tackling climate change.
President Xi offers no “big bang” to get to carbon neutrality, but others say China’s massive renewables pipeline – more than 1,200 gigawatts – is cause for hope.
While the Morrison government buries its head in the sand, Shenzen shows the strong public commitment required to transition to electric transport fleets.
New data suggests a mind-boggling installation rate for wind power in China in 2020, but must be maintained for many more years to cut coal.
If the world blows past its climate targets in 2025, Australia will have played a key role in supplying the fuel that does the damage.
China is tipped to double solar installs to 85GW a year under its new five year plan, pushing costs down by half.
China has set a net zero emissions target, which ultimately means the closure of the biggest coal fleet in the world. China coal expert Ryna Yiyun Cui from the University of Maryland explains how this might be done.