Lifecycle electric vehicle emissions – are they really lower than petrol and diesel cars?
While electricity use throughout Africa is expected to surge, Oxford University researchers predict renewables may struggle to gain market share.
Victoria’s peak infrastructure advisory body recommends dropping registration fees for EVs, going all-electric in government and bus fleets, and setting end date for ICE vehicles.
Renewable energy projects are essential for transitioning Australia to a zero-carbon economy, but they come with a caveat: most traditional owners in Australia have little legal say over them.
Michael Moore’s ‘Planet of the Humans’ isn’t just wrong. It’s actively denying a range of quality-of-life improvements.
Fifty years on, the moon landing has a few things in common with Australia’s move from coal to renewable energy. What we lack now is policy and vision.
For Australia, hydrogen holds great promise in the production of renewable, storable fuel. But this must be weighed carefully against any drawbacks – or better options.
Government investment in clean energy projects could improve budget bottom line, as well as helping to tackle climate change.
Locally sourced renewables – not coal – promise the most resilience in times of catastrophe. The US military has embraced clean energy in the name of national security.
Massachusetts Senate unanimously passes energy bill promising to dramatically reshape the vehicles and fuels that power its transportation system.