Angus Taylor’s second attempt at introducing controversial ARENA regulations narrowly survives an attempt by the Australian Greens to cancel them out.
Labor to support parts of Angus Taylor’s re-issued ARENA regulations, including funds for sustainable transport, metals and microgrids.
Angus Taylor re-issues ARENA regulations in new attempt to open up the renewable energy agency to the government’s preferred technologies.
The federal government will fund 20 microgrid projects, to boost strength of regional grids during natural disasters and increase renewables use.
Taylor says that energy system about “balance” – suggesting the safety of young people must be balanced against the interests of coal.
ARENA CEO Darren Miller reappointed for another three years, as Taylor names former Rio Tinto executive to the board.
Angus Taylor installs yet another fossil fuel executive to the board of a key government body – this time it’s the Clean Energy Regulator.
The Morrison government has refused to release details of approvals for a controversial $3.6 million grant for a coal plant feasibility study.
Labor says Australia’s first offshore wind projects at risk, after Angus Taylor delays removal of regulatory blockages.
Will hydrogen be a blessing or a curse? Probably a bit of both, but the fossil fuel industry is fighting for much more of the second.