As part of the ACT Government’s push towards its “100% Renewables” target, commercial production has begun at Victoria’s new Ararat wind farm.
CO2 emissions from burning natural gas for electricity in US will surpass those from burning coal – the globe’s chief climate polluter.
With just over 70 days left until the general election, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump offer voters two very different visions for the country’s energy agenda and the future of renewables.
ACT brings $180m investment in hydrogen storage, including an electrolyser, a hydrogen-fuelled car fleet and a renewables-to-gas program.
Report commissioned for networks lobby predicts zero large-scale solar plants built in Australia between 2020 and 2030. But a lot of gas generation. Really?
As parliament reconvenes, it’s timely to reassess the scope for Australia to establish a clear, enduring path to efficiently meet its current and future carbon targets.
Study published in Climate Journal casts significant doubts on nuclear energy as the answer to combating climate change.
Tesla says it doesn’t make economic sense for EVs to send electricity back to the grid, but concedes that “dynamic charging” of EVs at times convenient to the grid is coming.
Electricity market volumes and prices jumped on the NEM as a cold snap hit, while Infigen and ERM announced their annual results.
EU and Germany should set up a “Marshall Plan” to bring about a Ukrainian energy transition, rather than trying to maintain Ukraine as a failed gas transit state.
Many of Australia’s nearest neighbours in the Pacific Islands have far more ambitious renewable energy targets.
Proposed rule change that could fast-track deployment of battery storage in Australia put on hold, a week after regulator was criticised by energy ministers for slow decisions.
Large scale solar contracts fall to $US30/MWh as solar prices fall in US – on rooftops and for solar farms.
India Government’s plan to dramatically expand coal power production is being buffeted by growing concern about worsening air quality, sluggish power demand.
New study redefines our understanding of when human activity began to influence our climate.
154 Australian experts have signed on open letter to Malcolm Turnbull demanding urgent action on climate change.
Spark Infrastructure has first hand experience of the impact that renewables have on the wires and poles business and the opportunities and challenges that presents.
New research suggests that limiting global warming to 1.5℃ rather than letting it reach 2℃ could make a significant difference to the severity of extreme weather events in Australia, and could make all the difference for the Great Barrier Reef.
The solar PV cost reduction spiral reached its lowest point yet at an auction in Chile last week, where a Spanish developer won contracts to sell power from a solar plant high in the Andes for $29.10/MWh.
A subculture of Tesla Model S drivers is discovering the joys, and tribulations, of converting their $US145,000 Model S into a very fancy tent.