Angus Taylor to receive push back from energy ministers over contentious energy market reforms, as states and territories resist ‘coalkeeper’ plan.
The new NSW waste-to-energy plan shifts incineration projects out of Sydney and into the regions. Can it win support?
‘Whether Canberra likes it or not, we’ve got to crack on with it’, Kean signals states could leave Morrison government behind in transition to clean energy.
NSW government fast-tracks planning process for Port Kembla power station, set to be one of the first to co-fire fossil gas and renewable hydrogen.
NSW government launches new platform to match-make renewable hydrogen producers and industry, sees “massive role” for new technology.
‘Get on with it, or get out of the way’ NSW energy minister Matt Kean warns LNP leaders to act on climate change, or risk getting voted out.
AEMO to play a hands on role in planning New South Wales’ electricity transition, after being appointed as the NSW Consumer Trustee.
NSW tries to please all – and fails – with plan to cancel out unused gas exploration licences while re-approving those in areas set to see an explosion of new gas projects.
NSW government aims for 50 per cent EVs for new vehicle sales by 2030 as part of an ambitious $490m incentive package that will abolish stamp duty.
NSW allocates $380 million to support state’s first renewable energy zone as it pursues country’s “most ambitious” renewable transition plan.