NSW deputy premier John Barilaro could not have chosen better backdrops to highlight the state’s big ugly coal problem.
Scotland sources more than 97 per cent of its electricity demand from renewables in 2020, as Great Britain’s electricity grid records its ‘greenest moment’.
“Set a binding target, and get out of the way”: RepuTex says demand for ACCUs is booming, but federal government still needs to act.
A private transmission line has been proposed as the most effective way to facilitate thousands of megawatts of new renewables capacity proposed for NSW New England REZ.
AI Group says it’s worried an ambitious target could mean Victorian businesses will lose out to less ambitious NSW and Queensland.
Plans for a post-2025 redesign of Australia’s main grid delivered to Angus Taylor – but will the Morrison government actually deliver much needed reforms?
NSW energy minister Matt Kean says the future of coal mines beyond the remit of new zero emissions advisory board, which is one reason why Turnbull was dumped as chair.
ACT’s network utility warns local consumers face higher bill for 100% renewable electricity – as locked in wind and solar prices offset wholesale price falls.
Former PM Malcolm Turnbull pulled from NSW net zero advisory role just days after appointment, after calling for a halt to new coal mines.
Batteries are a lot faster to permit and build than gas, have dramatically less impact on the environment, and provide a range of other grid services.