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.
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.
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.
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.
EnergyAustralia explains why wind and solar will be “bedrock” of Australia’s grid.
Horizon Power’s Mark Paterson explains why replacing poles and wires with solar and batteries is a great idea.
Climate Council’s Greg Bourne on why scientists and researchers are so outraged by Coalition givernment’s fake claims on emissions.
Simec Energy’s Marc Barrington on the Gupta company’s plans for clean energy, the PUB battery at Port Augusta, and trying to make sense of the Coalition energy policy.
Angelina Galiteva, vice chair of the California Independent System Operator, talks about that state’s 100 per cent renewable energy target, and how it will get there.
Brett Redman, the head of AGL and operator of Australia’s biggest coal generation fleet says Australia is in the midst of a “massive” energy transition, and explains how he hopes to navigate his way through.