A leading barrister has warned that regulations opening up ARENA to non-renewable technologies, including carbon capture and storage, are likely unlawful.
Senate oversight committee says controversial regulations that push ARENA into funding non renewable technologies, including CCS – be cancelled.
Queensland’s Stanwell Corporation to lead Australia-Japan consortium investigating massive new hydrogen export terminal.
ARENA says it is still bringing itself “up to speed” on CCS technologies, as agency pivots to Angus Taylor’s preferred technologies in new investment plan.
Former ARENA chair says Taylor’s move to direct funds towards CCS and fossil fuel hydrogen will “sully” the key funding body.
Angus Taylor’s second attempt at introducing controversial ARENA regulations narrowly survives an attempt by the Australian Greens to cancel them out.
Labor to support parts of Angus Taylor’s re-issued ARENA regulations, including funds for sustainable transport, metals and microgrids.
Angus Taylor re-issues ARENA regulations in new attempt to open up the renewable energy agency to the government’s preferred technologies.
ARENA CEO Darren Miller reappointed for another three years, as Taylor names former Rio Tinto executive to the board.
ARENA to put $2 million into new initiative led by ClimateWorks looking at emission cuts in “hard to abate” industry sectors.