Morrison government projections show Australia’s main grid on track for 51 per cent renewables by 2025, and 69 per cent by 2030.
Morrison commits Australia to net zero emissions by 2050 that will not be law but will depend on unknown technologies, offsets and no new policies.
Coalition spends $13M promoting growing share of renewables, but makes no mention of the biggest source of renewables in Australia – wind energy.
Scott Morrison spends nearly $13 million promoting uptake of renewables in Australia, mostly through policies his government tried to destroy.
Taylor to reject Senate order to release the government’s modelling of a zero net emissions target for 2050, claiming ‘public interest immunity’.
Angus Taylor to face re-election challenge in Hume, with a community endorsed independent candidate to be revealed next month.
Morrison has ceded control of Australia’s climate policies to Joyce’s Nationals, and didn’t even ask them to support an increased 2030 target.
State and Territory emissions targets offer the Morrison government a free-kick to lift its 2030 target. Will it take it?
Forrest attacks federal Coalition for fear mongering over switch to green energy, and its focus on fossil fuels in its hydrogen and CCS strategy.
The Kurri Kurri gas generator makes no sense: It has only six hours storage and can’t compete against faster, cheaper, cleaner batteries.