Morrison government called on to halt further job losses at CSIRO, after confirmation the agency’s energy department will have its staff numbers slashed by almost 20%.
Ross Garnaut on why Australia can reach 100 per cent renewables in little more than a decade, and then go further and be a renewable superpower.
Rush of new fossil fuel projects, egged on by the Coalition Government, is likely to push global emissions higher while ACCC warns gas producers on prices.
Scott Morrison got back on coal bandwagon over weekend, and rode it to the heart of Queensland coal country, picking up Pauline Hanson and Clive Palmer along the way.
If you think a Labor win will end the climate and renewables scare campaign, think again. But there’s hope, in the form of a new, open economic modelling platform.
Renewables paired with storage could see gas peakers become a rarity, only selectively and sparingly used in systems with challenging limitations or localised constraints.
Just 14 months ago, the writing was on the wall for grid-only electricity supply. Turns out the gap between grid only and PV+battery+grid is growing much more quickly than we imagined.
Analysts say Telstra may spend $20 billion to enter Australia’s energy markets as it looks to boost earnings and take on the incumbent utilities. Some smaller retailers have shown the path forward.
New research has challenged the view that wood bioenergy is carbon neutral, and shows wood pellets actually emit more CO2/kWhr than coal.
New research shows nearly two-thirds of India’s coal power generation is no longer price competitive with new solar and wind.