Five years after its blackout, South Australia has the highest share of wind and solar, is the only state without supply shortfalls, and has reduced bills.
Siemens Gamesa begins construction of what will be world’s biggest wind turbine in Denmark.
NZ signs up to “moonshot” collaboration with X, led by Audrey Zibelman, aimed at helping rapid decarbonisation of power systems.
UK company proposes massive 10.5GW wind and solar project in Morocco, backed by a huge battery, to deliver power to UK via sub-sea cable.
Australian-grown energy technology firm Wattwatchers secures $5.3 million in Series B funding ahead of expansion.
ARENA hopes to replicate success of King, Flinders and Lord Howe islands in new funding round for remote micro-grids.
Traffic light, Jamaica, or black-green – just some of the coalition options as major parties look to climate alliances after Sunday poll.
Without action now, agriculture may become Australia’s largest source of emissions, requiring costly offsetting – paid for by taxpayers, consumers and farmers.
People movements at Tritium, RedEarth, Star of the South, Aurecon, Viva Energy, 5B, Hydro Tasmania, Queensland, AGL, Ausgrid, Genex, and Meridian.
Ministers push “coalkeeper” and “solar stopper” reforms to one side in major win for supporters of a rapid clean energy transition.