Report finds diesel subsidies for Australia’s biggest coal miners costs budget $360m a year, simple reform to scheme could save $15bn over four years.
Li-ion battery industry on tenterhooks ahead of Tesla Motors’ big energy storage announcement April 30. Meanwhile, policy sets the tone for wind.
In its dim Q1 report, Peabody Energy predicts US domestic coal demand will fall by up to 100m tonnes in 2015 – double the forecast of the EIA.
Windlab gets financing from Japanese wind giant to deliver cheapest wind energy project in Australia, and break year-long investment drought.
California may come to mind first when you think of beaches and solar, but now so could North Carolina, thanks to its rapid emergence as a solar energy leader.
Hepburn Wind has made a short film documenting the painting of a mural on the second of its two community-owned turbines.
HSBC charts show that Australia’s amount of renewable energy installed per capita barely rates against EU nations – even the UK.
HSBC says renewables and energy efficiency critical to meet climate targets, but says wind and solar are now at “pinch point” as technology cost falls allow hard economics to take over from policies driven by “green idealism.”
AGL Energy reportedly sounding out potential buyers of its 50% stake in the Macarthur wind farm – Australia’s largest wind project.
A Brisbane family get their Tesla Model S and promptly leave on a 3,000km road trip, becoming the first to link Brisbane and Canberra and back again. And the super-charging network hasn’t been built yet. Here’s what happened.