Victoria’s energy minister says state will “go it alone” on energy reliability, after becoming frustrated by the federal energy minister Angus Taylor’s failure to drive reform.
Angus Taylor says Australia has over invested in renewables and ignores emerging role of battery storage in maintaining reliable supply.
ESB chair says propping up old coal generators is a bad idea – other technologies are better placed to secure reliable power; and hails performance of Tesla big battery.
Reluctant Angus Taylor finally sets a date to face up to COAG Energy Council as state ministers grow impatient with lack of progress.
Scott Morrison opts to spend time touring a US box factory owned by a Liberal Party donor, instead of attending the UN climate leaders summit in New York.
Big stick just “another piece of information to take into account’ according to AGL, as industry expresses its concerns.
An ANU research intitiative seeks to redefine Australia’s approach to trade in the Asia-Pacific region, including a focus on renewable energy exports.
Australia’s dependence on imported oil – and federal government’s ongoing failure to minimise this through renewable and EV policies – in spotlight, after bombing of Saudi oil plant.
ACCC again argues for the early abolition of a solar rebate, while Angus Taylor re-heats ‘big stick’ energy legislation.
Climate denial is making a strong comeback in Scott Morrison’s Coalition. So much so that it seems to be having an impact on the other side of politics.