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Despite the dive in large-scale renewable energy investment in Australia in 2019, a record number of new solar and wind farms forecast to be completed in 2020.
Report highlights increasing danger of relying on Australia’s ageing gas and coal power plants, which have broken down once every 3.2 days on average over past two years.
Taylor's secret review of emissions policy has heavily skewed its consultation towards Australia's biggest emitters and the fossil fuel lobby.
Climate change is placing a heavy burden on China's policy makers, but now they have a potential roadmap to phase out coal and meet the target to cap warming at around 1.5°C.
Vestas promises to deliver "zero waste" wind turbines by 2040, with a particular focus on turbine blades which are currently made by non-recyclable composite materials.
Macquarie's Green Investment Group inks deal to supply power to mining and metals company Eramet Norway from two Norwegian wind farms.
Total and Marubeni to build 800MW solar plant in time for Qatar's World Cup at what is claimed to be the lowest price for such a project.
The first of 51 Vestas wind turbines erected at Warradarge wind farm, a 180MW project being developed by Bright Energy Investments in Western Australia’s mid-west region.
Latest talk is that first deliveries of Tesla Model Y electric crossover will begin in two weeks, while images and video surface of third row rear seats.