NSW energy minister says “we absolutely can” end coal generation by 2030, and says he won’t appeal a recent court case.
Queensland is about to lose its mantle as the state with the most large scale solar farm production, as new projects come on line in NSW.
AEMO issues benign reliability outlook as market wrestles with capacity market proposal. Matt Kean, Anna Collyer, and Simon Corbell share their views.
‘Whether Canberra likes it or not, we’ve got to crack on with it’, Kean signals states could leave Morrison government behind in transition to clean energy.
If energy and climate policy could be decided by slogans and newspaper headlines, then federal energy minister Angus Taylor would have an easy job.
NSW government fast-tracks planning process for Port Kembla power station, set to be one of the first to co-fire fossil gas and renewable hydrogen.
NSW gets 34GW of project proposals for its New England renewable energy zone, one of five designed to build the capacity to replace coal.
NSW government launches new platform to match-make renewable hydrogen producers and industry, sees “massive role” for new technology.
‘Get on with it, or get out of the way’ NSW energy minister Matt Kean warns LNP leaders to act on climate change, or risk getting voted out.
Matt Kean says most hydrogen produced in NSW is grey, not green, and it’s time to push “harder and faster”.