He might be a no-show at the Clean Energy Summit, but at least Australia’s minister for emissions reduction is getting a grilling in Parliament.
Study by leading German economic think-tank finds every 1,000MW of nuclear power plant built since 1951 resulted in an average economic loss of $A7.7 billion.
CSIRO study done with gas industry finds Australian LNG production on ‘low end’ for fugitive emissions, but questions remain over contribution of Australian gas exports to global emissions.
Taylor recieves repeated warnings to provide answers as the minister for reducing emissions attempts to avoid conceding he is failing his own job title.
Greens re-introduce legislation to ban government funds for coal while government considers channelling funds to upgrade coal generators under Taylor’s UNGI scheme.
AEMO outlines preferred network plan to unlock $10 billion of wind and solar farms, but Taylor jumps in to spark another rift with state government.
Five years to the day since the repeal of the carbon tax, emissions and electricity prices have both increased, and the Australian economy is slowing. So, what was the point?
Anti-renewables advocate Maurice Newman revives some outdated myths about wind farms as he fights the Crookwell 3 development near one of his properties.
Climate Change Authority to issue new advice to government on climate policies, citing falling technology costs and rising emissions as reasons to do something.
The Retailer Reliability Obligation coming into force out of the wreckage of the NEG is a reminder of the government’s failure to act on climate change. But what will the RRO actually do?