Australian renewables outfit Lacour wants to build a wind farm of potentially 800MW in Queensland, and at least 200MW of solar.
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America's Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has rejected energy secretary Rick Perry's request for rule change in competitive wholesale markets to favor coal and nuclear plants. Could cooler heads be prevailing?
The Federal Court has dismissed an appeal by SA Power Networks to charge more for electricity distribution, which would have increased bills for all South Australians.
AusNet Services has once again joined forces with seven leading international energy companies to search for start-ups to participate in the second annual round of Free Electrons.
Multi-seat, cross-country electric airplanes are still a way off, but a test-flight of the Pipistrel Alpha electro shows real progress is being made.
Will 2018 be the year that mainstream media is not duped by professional spin doctors and fake experts paid to downplay and deny the realities of climate change?
SunWiz data – and eye-watering charts – reveal 2017 was a "magnificent record setting year" for solar installs, with 50% more rooftop PV capacity added across the country than in 2016, and some astonishing growth in the commercial solar sector.
New research shows nearly two-thirds of India’s coal power generation is no longer price competitive with new solar and wind.
New research shows that the plummeting cost of renewables means coal plants are increasingly uncompetitive.
On Friday, a 28-page text covering the main policy fields cursorily was published after a previous draft had been leaked. For energy policy, the changes are encouraging, but a lot of question marks remain.