We talk to Electric Vehicle Council boss Behyad Jafari about the year just gone and what to expect in 2019.
It’s been a huge year for solar in Australia in 2018. In the final podcast of the year, we review the highs and lows, the best and the worst, and take a peak at next year.
Warren Lasher, head of system planning at the ERCOT grid in Texas, joins Energy Insiders to explain how that state is managing the huge influx of renewables – and a final wrap for the year.
A test drive with the Jaguar I-Pace and an interview with the company’s head of product development.
An interview with Neoen on the performance of the Tesla big battery at Hornsdale in its first year, and Australia’s $20 billion wind and solar boom.
In this week’s podcast, we test drive the full electric Ioniq and chat with Hyundai’s head of future mobility.
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?