Interview with Greg Bourne on Climate Council’s report on transport emissions, and Deloitte’s John O’Brien on the overwhelming case for renewables
SA energy minister Dan van Holst Pellekaan talks about his visit to Angus Taylor, and the South Australia subsidies for battery storage. And we take a look at Victoria’s renewable auction results and the discovery of a new power source in Canberra.
With wind, solar and storage clearly beating fossil fuels on costs, would conservatives seek to stop that investment if it were not also about emissions? Emma Herd, from the IGCC, joins us for a fascinating discussion.
ANU’s Andrew Blakers and GE’s Bill Armstrong on the future of pumped hydro in Australia. Where and when will it be built?
Angus Taylor - who has spent years fighting renewable energy targets and attacking wind farm developments - is now energy minister. We assess.
Lily D’Ambrosio talks about the state’s big rooftop solar initiative; David Leitch accuses Rod Sims of stepping over the line; and why price caps could cause bills to rise.
Despite NEG imbroglio, CoAG did some good work on integration of renewables and looking to green hydrogen future. Plus: Interview with NAB’s energy market guru, Andrew Smith.
The remarkable predictions of the Energy Security Board - death to wind, solar and big batteries. Plus, fear and loathing at CEC Summit and an interview with Vestas CEO Peter Cowling.