Australia is bidding to boost energy productivity by 40% by 2030, but other countries are already doing more.
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Peak demand in NSW during the summer months was well below previous years, and nearly all forecasts.
The Senate wind inquiry has been told of extraordinary damage to brain and physical function of humans, kelpies and ewes. The men taking these claims seriously are being asked by Tony Abbott to help seal the fate of Australia’s renewable energy industry.
The White Paper has left out one obvious policy that could help: mandatory greenhouse emissions standards for all imported new and second-hand vehicles.
South Australia has experienced a big fall in peak demand, as well as average afternoon demand and even minimum demand.
Power sector emissions across the country are poised to fall as record volumes of coal-fired capacity are shuttered more renewable energy comes online.
Software suites designed to increase the operating efficiency and overall value of energy storage, will grow tenfold between 2014 and 2019.
The momentum is building for a zero emissions goal to be incorporated into a climate agreement later this year.
Reducing energy consumption by 50% by 2050 sounds like a fanciful target. But here are two simple steps to this goal, which aren't actually so magical.
The Abbott government is fabricating new arguments in an attempt to dodge any agreement on renewables. The industry, meanwhile, will be dependent on Labor delivering on a longer-term energy vision.