For utility executives making New Year Resolutions, 2015 promises to bring in more grief in the form of lower demand growth, and rising retail tariffs.
The Australian solar industry in 2014 showed it was good with numbers, geography and with science. But it’s still lousy at communication, and cuts corners.
More than any 21st century energy source, solar can power an equitable and environmentally sound energy future.
Technological progress has been brutal to the yellow pages and compact discs. Coal may be headed the same way in the U.S.
New tariff will pay less for solar, but open the grid to more customer-owned PV.
Minister Hunt’s claim that emissions cuts slowed dramatically while the carbon price was in place is incorrect.
Newman’s quick fix must and will exclude sale of power networks.
US president commits to action on climate change, arguing the science is clear, and there is no greater threat to future generations than climate change.
Electricity networks have spotted a pile of solar owners’ cash on the floor and have figured out how to covertly take it from under their noses.
Solar panels and smart meters are threatening an industry that doesn’t know how to innovate.