Argentinian official says ambiguity over the Paris Agreement is needed to avoid a split with the US, days before critical UN climate talks begin.
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One of the CEFC's first large-scale solar loan customers, Epuron, has secured a new finance facility with specialist fund Infradebt, for its portfolio of NT solar assets.
RCR Tomlinson collapses hits W.A. solar project as it emerges cash flow problems caused by connection delays that caused milestone payments on major solar contracts to be missed.
Siemens, in partnership with VINCI-Energies/Electrix will design, develop and deliver Australia’s first large synchronous condenser to be installed at a solar farm.
Specialist power and water consulting firm Entura has been named by Tilt Renewables as the Owner’s Engineer for the Dundonnell Wind Farm in Victoria, Australia.
Hyundai unveils pricing and delivery details of its long-awaited Ioniq range of electric vehicles, including the first battery EV under $A50,000.
Brown coal generation hits record low, as coal units in heatwave affected Queensland and NSW experience multiple trips.
Labor's win in Victoria sets whole country on target for a rapid clean energy transition. The question now is only the pace, and that will be resolved by the upcoming federal poll.
Locally sourced renewables – not coal – promise the most resilience in times of catastrophe. That's why the US military has embraced clean energy – for the sake of national security.
Victorian election illustrates ca positive stance on renewables wins elections, even if the right wing are proud to be martyrs and to martyr their colleagues for the cause. Meanwhile, there's fantastic optimism about rooftop solar and batteries.