Europe’s largest planned gas station has been scrapped, and a new report shows that clean is cheaper. It’s bad news for Angus Taylor.
Turnbull will chair the Australian operation of Forrest’s wildly ambitious plan to build 1,000GW of renewable capacity around the world.
Nationals senators set to derail Morrison government legislation with a plan to open up Australia’s green bank to nuclear power investments.
Federal Labor to vote against planned changes to CEFC’s investment mandate, saying it does not trust Angus Taylor with expanded powers.
Owners of Vales Point power station turn down $8.7 million grant, blaming the Morrison government for taking too long to approve funds for turbine upgrades.
Another refinery closure sharpens focus on Australia’s reliance on oil imports and Angus Taylor’s unwillingness to accelerate EVs.
Elon Musk offers $US100 million to fund innovation in technology that draws carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and stores it for at least 100 years.
It isn’t easy to make a sound emissions strategy look bad. We’re discovering just how far Australia’s government had to go to do just that.
Transport expert says the emissions calculations used by Angus Taylor to justify his “do nothing” EV strategy are “fundamentally wrong.”
Angus Taylor’s claims of $750 a tonne abatement cost for a “typical” electric vehicle is plain wrong, because it is based on the comparison of a big electric van with a small petrol one.