Former PM says his biggest regret was a failure to secure meaningful climate policy, but that the Snowy 2.0 expansion is core to his legacy.
National Energy Guarantee
ACCC again argues for the early abolition of a solar rebate, while Angus Taylor re-heats ‘big stick’ energy legislation.
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.
COAG Energy Council signs off on package of reliability measures that have emerged from the wreckage of the National Energy Guarantee.
ESB releases proposed amendments to the National Electricity Rules for the implementation of the Retailer Reliability Obligation. Is half a NEG better than none at all?
What sort of policy do we need to take Australia’s electricity grid into 2019 and beyond? Some of the nation’s leading energy innovators tell us what’s on their list.
NSW Coalition energy minister slams federal government’s continued refusal to restore emissions component of the National Energy Guarantee, vows to continue to fight for the “critical matter.”
Energy Security Board chair says that parts of proposed NEG policy package live on through discussions with states – and could be in place by the end of 2019.
So the NEG is dead – where to now? It’s time for politics to adopt the renewables model: a decentralised and distributed framework.