Australia's large-scale solar and wind industries are at a standstill. But in the rest of the world...
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For all of you record collectors out there, Germany set a new record in wind power production a few days ago.
Australia, despite its rhetoric, stills see climate policy through a haze of pollution—only dimly seeing the costs and none of the opportunities.
Delegates in Lima have finally laid the groundwork for a successful international climate agreement in Paris next year. Here are the main developments.
If Australia’s support for climate funds is to be drawn from the aid budget, it should come from a growing pool rather than a stagnant or shrinking one.
South Australia grid operator to trial micro-grids with solar and battery storage as potentially cost-effective alternative to building or replacing poles and wires.
The Australian government and big oil companies like ExxonMobil found they had a lot in common this past week. Both went to the Lima climate talks convinced that the demand for their fossil fuels will never waiver. Both now see political and economic shifts against their rusted on business models.
Vattenfall’s CEO Magnus Hall likens the selling of its lignite operations in Germany to E.On’s recent decision to dump centralised fossil fuel generation.
Austin city council approves plan for 55% generation to come from renewables, energy efficiency and other clean resources by 2025.
When you the pick the “right” spouse, those compromises are easier and far fewer to make. Which is how I realized that I’d married my Nissan LEAF.