Tassie to become first state to formally legislate a net zero target for 2030, and will ramp-up support for low emission industry, including green hydrogen.
Transgrid study says Australia could – and should – be 100% renewable powered by 2035, with all coal generation phased out by 2032.
NSW unveils a green hydrogen plan, aiming to attract $80 billion of investment and slashing costs of the technology.
New survey shows 8 in 10 Australians support the phase-out of coal power, and vast majority say economic recovery should be powered by renewables, not gas.
If Australia joins others in committing to net zero emissions by 2050, it will need to have a zero carbon grid by around 2035 to get there.
Australia’s second biggest aluminium smelter now has a brighter future after Rio Tinto flags it could be powered by wind and solar.
Shortfall strategies and voluntary demand are having an interesting impact on the LGC market, while lockdowns impacted PV installations and STCs.
More than 1GW of new wind, solar and battery storage capacity has been registered in the past three months, but number of new committed projects has slowed.
Australia may be banking on a “gas-led recovery”, but most other major economies are looking the other way.
Forrest plans massive hydrogen electrolyser, wind and solar factory in Queensland, part of plans to become green renewables and resources powerhouse.