ESB market reform proposals raise concerns about emissions, consumer outcomes, and the lingering issues over the payment for grid connections.
Clean Energy Council
Clean Energy Council calls on federal government to lead a managed phase-out of Australia’s coal-fired power plants, to avoid a disorderly energy transition.
New Clean Energy Council report declares big batteries the new king of peaking services, cheaper and faster than traditional gas generators.
The NSW government could wield new powers to block projects that lose community support, to preserve confidence in the state’s Renewable Energy Zones.
AEMC seeks more time to consider ‘complexities’ of a call from large energy incumbents to force smaller generators to play by the same energy market rules.
WA leaders urged to go hard on the clean energy transition – beyond even the surprisingly ambitious targets unveiled by the WA Liberals.
Concerns around “random” grid connection issues and unpredictable federal policy dampen renewables investment confidence, CEC finds. Thank goodness for the states.
AEMC extends the consultation window for contentious plan to allow network charges on homes connecting solar and storage to the grid.
Clean energy sector raises concerns that new foreign investment laws could impose new regulatory burdens on wind and solar projects, and stymie new investment.
Concerns of Tony Abbott-style renewable energy witch hunt stoked again with release of terms of reference for federal government review into rooftop solar sector.