Some councils have rejected large scale and rooftop solar installations. Plus: A preview of the All-Energy conference.
Simon Holmes à Court from the Energy Transition Hub spends much of his time challenging anti-renewable myths, and those who spread them – including energy minister Angus Taylor.
Interview with Greg Bourne on Climate Council’s report on transport emissions, and Deloitte’s John O’Brien on the overwhelming case for renewables
An interview with Sonnen CEO Christoph Ostermann, plus a look at why the states are taking the lead on battery storage, AGL’s withdrawal from residential solar, and much more.
SA energy minister Dan van Holst Pellekaan talks about his visit to Angus Taylor, and the South Australia subsidies for battery storage. And we take a look at Victoria’s renewable auction results and the discovery of a new power source in Canberra.
Chief scientist Alan Finkel shares his love of electric vehicles, his charging needs, his views on autonomous driving and the prospects of fuel cell electric vehicles.
With wind, solar and storage clearly beating fossil fuels on costs, would conservatives seek to stop that investment if it were not also about emissions? Emma Herd, from the IGCC, joins us for a fascinating discussion.
Why all new cars will be electric by 2025, and why your next purchase could be your last. An interview with Tony Seba.
Victoria Labor’s solar rebate proposal is having an impact on the solar market, with customers putting off installations.
ANU’s Andrew Blakers and GE’s Bill Armstrong on the future of pumped hydro in Australia. Where and when will it be built?