Google’s decision to snub RenewEconomy – apparently because it does not do “public interest” journalism – and include Sky News and a celebrity gossip site on its showcase, bodes ill for Australian media.
A clean powered world will be better than a fossil fuelled one, but there’s still room for improvement in the human rights space.
Neoen lands $160 million in finance from CEFC to fund the Victoria Big Battery, which will be the biggest in Australia.
Turnbull will chair the Australian operation of Forrest’s wildly ambitious plan to build 1,000GW of renewable capacity around the world.
The owners, contractors and inverter suppliers to 200MW Sunraysia still locked in arbitration over who should shoulder the cost of project delays.
Queensland government owned Stanwell Corporation calls for offers of new wind and solar investment opportunities.
Queensland joins NSW and Victorian in establishing a new, cross-sector body to collaborate and advise on state’s shift to 50% renewables by 2030.
TransGrid says underground power lines not a viable option for Snowy 2.0 grid connection, as NSW releases EIS for consultation.
The technology extracts water from the air, then runs solar-generated electricity through it to create green hydrogen.
As the dust settles in Australia’s media war, big tech and News Corp have grown closer together. The consequences for climate will be very bad.