Anti-renewables advocate Maurice Newman revives some outdated myths about wind farms as he fights the Crookwell 3 development near one of his properties.
NSW energy minister says he would welcome new coal generator, apparently forgetting his government’s commitment to zero emissions by 2050.
NSW government to use money collected through consumer electricity bills to help bring new, large-scale generation and storage capacity into its changing grid.
Third stage of Crookwell wind farm, in heart of energy minister Angus Taylor’s electorate, rejected by NSW Planning after opposition from local Landscape Guardian groups.
NSW Land and Environment Court judge blocks Hunter Valley coal mine, citing urgent need to cut fossil fuel emissions and avoid “dire consequences” of climate change.
NSW approves state’s 49th large-scale solar farm, a 275MW plus 100MWh of battery storage project proposed by Edify Energy for Darlington Point.
CEC calls on NSW political parties to lift game on renewables with long-term policies to drive investment, and drive down power costs, in lead-up to March 2019 election.
NSW says three regional energy zones could host 77,000MW of wind and solar capacity – enough to meet demands of modern energy system.
Photon and Canadian’s plans for 1.14GW of large scale solar in NSW suggest that the post-RET investment cliff predicted by some may not occur just yet.
NSW grid at risk of blackout from soaring temperatures – despite, and possibly because of, the state relies on coal generation more than any other grid in the world.