Kerry Schott joins Energy Insiders to discuss the proposed options for the energy market reform, and why coal generators are not viable, and may need support.
CarbonTracker’s Kingsmill Bond on his new report showing why wind and solar are already driving the most rapid energy transition the world has seen.
Coronavirus or COVID-19 is reshaping the way we connect. But it doesn’t mean we can’t connect.
Transgrid’s Andrew Kingsmill on thinking big and renewable energy zones, and AEMO’s long term modelling to decarbonise the grid.
Australia’s National Energy Market needs a massive shake-up to evolve to a smarter, more stable distributed renewables-based system. And not every participant will make it out alive.
AEMO boss Audrey Zibelman says energy transition as unstoppable as the internet, because economics and technology have changed. Some baseload may be needed in the future, but it doesn’t need to be coal.
Conservatives says new report on battery storage is just “eco-evangelism”. This is what chief scientist Alan Finkel said in response.
The buzz might be about batteries, but the mass adoption of solar PV by Australian homes – and the efficient use of this asset – has only just begun, as prices reach levels that appeal to the late majority, and as early adopters look to upsize their systems.
New AEMO Audrey Zibelman in a detailed interview on the challenges and opportunities in the changing energy system, her priorities, the market reforms needed, the lessons learned from the South Australia blackout, and why it was a wake up call for the industry as a whole.
Lane Crockett shares his thoughts about the industry, including opportunities, solar costs and battery storage.