Angus Taylor to receive push back from energy ministers over contentious energy market reforms, as states and territories resist ‘coalkeeper’ plan.
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Victoria joins NSW in rejecting a proposal to pay coal and gas generators to delay their closure, a plan being embraced by Angus Taylor.
ESB chief Kerry Schott plays down concerns around proposed ‘capacity mechanism’ telling forum its not designed to keep coal operating.
The ESB’s recommended energy market reforms include proposal that could lump some wind and solar projects with the costs of network congestion.
After two-and-a-half years of work, the much needed post-2025 redesign of Australia’s main electricity market could still be 18 months away.
New analysis suggests the costs of capacity payments to coal and gas plants could lead to electricity price increases much greater than the carbon price.
ESB’s post-2025 energy market reform slammed by clean energy industry which says it will slow new investment and prop up coal generators.
Neoen delivers scathing review of ESB market reform proposals, saying they have been rushed and should be abandoned before doing more harm.
ESB chair says not to worry about when coal plants might close, because they’re already going broke.
Australia can expect days of 100 per cent renewables with increasing regularity, as market share of wind and solar grows, ESB chair says.