Elliott Green Power grows its management team, aiming to double solar portfolio and add batteries, while still looking for buyers for its Australian assets.
Investing in new gas is a poor choice, risking stranded asset write-offs for shareholders and worsening climate change. I wouldn’t spend a cent on it.
A new report from an international renewables agency shows that new renewables are beating existing coal on price, all around the world.
The operational 103MW Yarranlea solar farm developed by Risen Energy in Queensland’s Darling Downs region has announced the close of a senior debt facility.
Having realised it’s a “bit on the nose,” the gas industry’s new marketing strategy plays into the Morrison government’s big lie that we need gas for future prosperity.
Despite appearances, this is not a problem about rooftop solar exports. The real problem lies in how network sunk costs are recovered from consumers.
It might sound like the fossil fuel industry is on the defensive after a landmark court ruling and two shareholder votes, but how much power do these decisions really carry?
In 2021 we are learning that relying on a few old coal generators, owned by an oligopoly, makes electricity expensive and unreliable – and how AEMO and China aren’t helping.
Australian carbon credit units surge to new price highs on the back of interest from major corporate emitters in voluntary offsets.
Gas and coal producers are profiting from the “scarcity” created by the Callide explosion and the early winter sunsets. Will Angus Taylor claim responsibility?