Cheap renewables will continue to push down wholesale power prices, and consumer bills, despite exit of more fossil fuel generators.
Australia’s de facto carbon price hit $40/tonne, at least in the forward market, as international markets took off in response to COP26 outcome.
Magnis Energy enters trading halt following reports the giga-scale battery hopeful’s chairperson is being investigated by corporate watchdog.
Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal inks deal with CleanCo to offset 100% of its electricity consumption with the purchase of renewable energy certificates.
Forrest’s team built the first haul truck to run on hydrogen, now they have been given 12 months to convert the first ship to green ammonia.
IRENA and World Economic Forum publish “toolbox for policy makers” aimed at accelerating deployment and cutting costs of renewable hydrogen in Europe and Japan.
Australia could modify its solar rebate mechanism to ensure that there is enough household battery storage to soak up excess solar.
Renewable energy investors say Australia is still an “unacceptably risky market,” despite federal government’s net-zero pledge.
As the global corporate renewable energy purchasing market matures, three new trends are shaping its journey.
Should rooftop PV subsidies be redirected to low-income households only? New study shows why supporting hardship customers with solar could be a better deal.