Shadow climate minister says new evidence proves Abbott govt ERF auction only bought 10m tonnes of new carbon abatement, at cost of $66/t.
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They certainly should be. Why? Because the assumption that all residential electricity consumers are the same is no longer true.
BMW's latest electric vehicle offering has a 130km range, and can be charged 80% in as little as 20 minutes using a DC fast charger. But how does it drive?
A Bloomberg article says Australia's government is betting on 'baristas over brains' as it flags further cuts to scientific research and development. What do you think?
Grattan Institute reports makes some valid comments on how to regulate a grid dominated by solar and storage. But in seeking cheap headlines it has buried the important bits by making wrong assumptions about the costs and benefits of solar. Will the industry ever learn?
Grattan reports gets future policy direction largely right. It's the past where they have made many errors.
Fired up by RET deal, anti-wind Senator David Leyonhjelm has called on govt to set up an infrasound regulator to monitor noise near wind turbines.
In 2015, America's 6 largest metropolitan areas are already at solar parity, representing 30m+ people. By 2021, the same could apply to 150 million people.
Brisbane-based Tritium sends 23 Veefil fast chargers to NZ as part of deal to supply that country's first EV charging network.
Shell justifies its controversial Arctic campaign by saying world needs oil and gas resources. But really, it's Shell which needs the resources.