Federal Coalition could try to regain credibility with an EV strategy, and its failure to do so is probably the single dumbest thing it has done.
The Morrison Government’s ‘expert panel’ has shut out the clean energy sector in its search for extra emissions reductions.
NSW Energy minister confident he has right settings to encourage investors to drive decarbonisation of state’s grid, and says responding to climate change is prudent business management.
Angus Taylor says Australia has over invested in renewables and ignores emerging role of battery storage in maintaining reliable supply.
Climate Change Authority to issue new advice to government on climate policies, citing falling technology costs and rising emissions as reasons to do something.
Green Energy Markets counts 10,000MW of new renewables under construction in Australia – thanks largely to state government policies – but the bigger states lag behind the pace.
NSW government to use money collected through consumer electricity bills to help bring new, large-scale generation and storage capacity into its changing grid.
Zali Steggall remains optimistic for the future of Australia’s clean energy sector, but says it needs to take up the polticial fight for strong policies.
NSW says details of its promised zero-interest loan scheme for solar and battery storage should be released soon, and will aim to unlock billions in investment.
New NSW energy minister wants federal Coalition colleagues to stop pitting ideology and populism against science, and asks them to support a full National Energy Guarantee that includes emissions.