Warmer weather in NSW responsible for most of the decline in volumes and prices in gas and electricity markets in last week.
Adelaide company ZEN Energy wins contract to install more than 500kWh of li-ion battery storage at three government-owned buildings in Adelaide.
An acquisition spree for regulated fossil-fuel assets that are supported by guaranteed payments
Another solar farm has been approved for development in Queensland, this time a 30MW PV plant in the state’s Western Downs region, to be built by FRV.
The managing director and chief executive of the Australian Energy Market Operator, Matt Zema, died suddenly on Saturday, the organisation said in a statement.
Obama announces $4.5 billion in US Energy Department loan guarantees to become available for the support of a commercial-scale electric vehicle charging station buildout.
There are several reasons that Australia lags behind other wealthy countries on energy efficiency.
There is a lot of noise about South Australia and not enough analysis. And there are some important lessons from the last few weeks of high prices.
The rise in electricity prices has followed the rise in gas prices. It could not be any clearer.
“The duck has landed.” But what Californians call a technical limit is, in reality, a political one, as a comparison with Germany reveals.
Victorian state government becomes Australia’s first to join green bond market with $300m issuance to finance low-carbon investment.
We need policies that will push harder to help large-scale clean energy technologies reach the necessary level of commercialisation and integration.
The Australia Institute says gas are generators are driving “obscene” power price spikes by choosing to exploit an energy market failure, rather than fulfil their role of complementing renewables.
NRG Energy has completed installation of America’s largest rooftop solar array: an 8.3MW system on MGM Resort’s Mandalay Bay Convention Centre in Las Vegas that will supply 25% of the entire resort and casino complex’s electricity.
Engie may have put its Australian assets up for sale, including Hazelwood. Would AGL be interested in an asset swap and replace an ageing gas plant with renewables?