ESB releases discussion paper on energy market reforms, designed to smooth the exit of coal generators, and the transition to wind, solar and storage.
S&P analysts finds renewables industry has become a mature market, but installs will need to be double BAU by 2040 to meet 2 degrees warming limit.
The World Bank won’t touch it. But the Morrison government has indicated it will do pretty much anything to ensure the answer to whatever question asked – is coal.
Federal energy minister says Victoria’s lights will go out if Labor states don’t support NEG. Victoria energy minister says: poppycock.
With the NEG kicked down the road, it is a good time to step back and consider the implications for Australia’s climate policies.
AEMO has been a breath of fresh air in 2017. It’s a shame that while AEMO is looking forward, the AEMC is looking the other way. Leadership matters.
Grid reliability and flexibility in the NEM would be much of an issue for the next few years except for the fact that the coal generation fleet is getting very old.
Price jump in the VEEC market across the last 5 months has been massive, with speculation and then confirmation scheme administrator will reduce the attractiveness of some commercial lighting products.
Emerging markets now account for the majority of growth in solar power, according to new data from Bloomberg New Energy Finance .
The recent performance of wind and solar in South Australia – 63 per cent of consumption – dispels a few myths around renewables and makes a nonsense of the proposed National Energy Guarantee.