Australia had biggest increase in fossil fuel support of any G20 nation over last five years, at nearly $300 per person in 2019.
A two-hour battery storage system on the Mornington Peninsula will be the biggest in the state if built on schedule by the end of 2022.
CEO of Copperstring 2.0 in north Queensland says largest geographic expansion of the NEM has been projected to unlock $60bn in new energy investment, alone.
CleanCo CEO says time to seize the huge decarbonisation opportunities available through solar – “the lowest cost energy” ever seen.
Cheap renewables and a focus on renewable hydrogen production could revitalise Australia’s manufacturing industries, Queensland minister says.
The third big battery in Victoria starts production, but the project’s major corporate customer has collapsed, ending plans for a very green greenhouse.
Chevron seeks deal with WA regulators after conceding its Gorgon carbon capture and storage project is falling well short of targets.
Japan wants the Olympics to be a vision for a ‘carbon free future’, including by fuelling the Olympic cauldron with renewable hydrogen.
Plans for a 33 turbine wind farm overlooking the site of former Hazelwood coal-fired power station in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley put on public exhibition.
This weekend marks the seventh anniversary of when Coalition MPs danced with joy at the repeal of the carbon price. Their policies are still baked in denial and stupidity.