Australia is well-positioned to be a world leader on climate change. Our geographic position, our wealth of natural resources and our strengths in advanced manufacturing, technology and trade give us a unique perspective that should influence global thinking on climate.
As the role of coal declines and ends in Australia’s National Electricity Market (NEM), huge growth in dispatchable energy storage capacity will be needed in the mix, along with other technologies.
For about half an hour on Friday, the national energy market caught a glimpse of what a renewables-powered future might look like. It was not caused by a shortage of coal-fired power, and it happened just outside the sunniest time of the year.
The world’s biggest fund manager, BlackRock, has selected Australia for the rollout of its largest investment in grid-scale batteries that will be crucial to driving the shift from coal to clean energy.
Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes is targeting electric vehicles and the electrification of Australia’s homes as the first charitable projects backed by their $1.5 billion green fund.
Unattributed extracts from an essay decrying renewables and electric vehicles are being used to undermine their environmental credentials
Developed with Australia's Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and leading research institutions, Australia’s Global Power System Transformation (G-PST) Research Roadmap details the research required to support Australia's transition to a stable, secure and affordable power system.
Most countries are failing to follow through on promises to meaningfully cut greenhouse gas emissions.
The announcement provides needed momentum for global climate change negotiations in November, but coal power is expected to keep growing within China itself.
More than 50 airlines, oil companies and other companies, including Delta, BP and Boeing, pledged on Wednesday to replace 10% of global jet fuel supply with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by 2030
AGL, the nation’s heaviest greenhouse gas emitter, has been rocked by an unprecedented investor revolt over climate change.
A slow transition away from carbon will be costlier than a fast one
A solar power start-up business that began in a warehouse in Wollongong has officially created the world's most efficient commercial-sized solar cell, and it has one big point of difference.
Australia is testing the tech behind Bitcoin to solve the grid’s thorniest challenges using the power of distributed energy.
But avoids 2050 net-zero goals
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