Angus Taylor has seized upon an ANU renewables briefing as justification for the government’s do-nothing approach to climate. But meeting our Paris target is certainly not a given.
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ARENA-backed project will re-purpose a zinc mine in South Australia into a 5MW/10MWh compressed air energy storage facility, to support the grid and greater use of renewables.
Does rooftop solar really struggle in the heat? Real data from two rooftop solar systems show how they reliably soldiered on during a recent Adelaide heatwave.
It’s boom-time for Australia’s rooftop solar sector, but not everything is rosy. We take a glimpse into the world of “crap solar,” where helping people to save money on their bills is the last thing on the agenda.
Experts and advocates have consistently found dealers and manufacturers putting as little effort as possible into selling electric cars.
To go into big wind and solar generation big-time will cannibalise AGL's coal generation profits – it's the classic problem incumbents face from industry disruption.
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.
Renewable certificate prices plunge, reflecting huge pipeline of wind and solar projects and intervention from regulator. It also makes a nonsense of right-wing inventions about the cost of RET.
First of 149 turbines installed at site of one of Australia’s biggest, lowest cost, wind energy developments, the 530MW Stockyard Hill Wind Farm in western Victoria.
Today the Australian Government announces Ms Paula Conboy has advised she will not be pursuing a second term as the Chair of the Australian