This week we go to Sundowners, discuss the collapse of RCR, and interview Andrea Gaffney from Planet Renewables, and Chris McGrath from solar innovators 5B.
Mark Butler explains the details of Labor’s energy and climate policy, and how to reach 50% renewables and 45% emission reduction cuts by 2030.
Hyundai launches Ioniq range, including first battery EV under $50,000, while the EV crowd show off their wares at a V8 festival in Newcastle.
What does Victoria poll result mean for renewables, and has Labor got it right with its new energy plan?
Elon Musk’s giant catching mitt, new battery storage schemes, and the ongoing crackdown on crap solar.
Former ARENA CEO Ivor Frischknecht joins Energy Insiders to provide some fascinating insights into the politics of energy, and the transition to 100 per cent renewable energy.
We talk to newly appointed Momentum Energy CEO Amy Childs, and look at the Coalition’s ham-fisted intervention in energy markets, and some good news on solar and batteries.
How the World Solar Challenge led to a solar-powered trip around the world and the development of light-weight solar taxis that will save lives in Africa.
The Solar Insiders team gets Fair Dinkum about solar, because that’s what we do, that’s who we are, that’s what we are about. Do you have a strawberry?
Which Australian companies will go 100 per cent renewable? We talk to the head of RE100, who has been to Australia, while David Leitch let’s fly against the “fair dinkum bullshit” of the latest government energy intervention.