Fresh from a landmark deal on the Bomen solar farm, focus in now turning to a huge solar farm and battery in NSW.
Christian Breyer from LUT University discusses the newly released study that shows if Paris targets are to be met, everything needs to be electrified and powered by renewables.
With the energy transition in the main grid gathering pace, more focus is turning to de-carbonising transport. We talk to Australian engineer Stephanie Moroz, who has worked in all three sectors, about the pros and cons of biofuels, batteries and hydrogen.
Mark Butler outlines his plans should Labor win government. Plus, we look at Snowy 2.0 costs and the failed Port Augusta solar tower project.
Australian rooftop solar installations surge to new records, but as we reveal on this podcast some big retailers are making significant sales without the means to install the panels.
Labor climate change spokesman Mark Butler says he is stunned by the Coalition campaign against EVs, and spells out how Labor will reach its 50% EV target.
CWP Renewables chair Alex Hewitt to discuss the need to accelerate policy, the wind, solar and battery project in NSW, and the giant Pilbara wind and solar plans.
The Hyundai Kona is described as a “game-changer” for electric vehicles in Australia, delivering a long range option at a cheaper price than before. So how does it rate?
New rules, new interpretations of old rules, and restrictions best described as network stuff-ups is causing confusion and anger in the Victoria solar industry, currently the country’s biggest market.
We look at the outcomes of the NSW election and the federal Coaliton’s shortlist, and we are joined by Brian Davis, the head of Shell’s new energy solutions business.