Australia’s biggest coal generator may mothball or “cycle” some remaining coal units to deal with solar duck curve and won’t rule out early closures.
Six years after it was first mooted, AGL has accepted that it needs to split its businesses into two to cope with the transition to a renewables grid.
AGL inks deal to roll out Ovo’s “customer experience” energy flexibility platform, built around smart meters, solar and batteries, and electric vehicle charging.
The federal government’s attempts to force new gas generation into NSW is a sign of just how badly it’s running energy policy. In truth, there is no real policy.
A new report on the global supply of finance to fossil fuel companies shows Australia’s big four banks are doing terribly.
Snowy Hydro CEO expresses love for gas, telling senate estimates a new gas generator at Kurri Kurri won’t be competing with big batteries for market share.
AGL lodges planning application for a 200MW/800MWh big battery to be built at the site of the Loy Yang brown coal generator in Victoria.
Australian Greens move to block Morrison’s quest for a government funded gas plant in Kurri Kurri, proposing a ban on Snowy Hydro fossil fuel investments.
Alcoa strikes $160m deal to keep Portland Smelter open, with the aluminium producer set to play a bigger role as a virtual battery in the Victorian grid.
TransGrid takes steps to assuage concerns about the broader impacts of Snowy 2.0, with release of new route options for the $2.1 billion HumeLink transmission upgrade.