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.
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.
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.
Last week the PR crew at the Minerals Council of Australia’s (MCA) – which represents coal companies including BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Peabody Energy and Adani – cranked out two Tweets pointing to an article hyping Vietnam as an exemplar of why the world’s poor need coal. However, the MCA was seemingly unaware that just […]
7 of the “ideas and developments” that have already helped these cleantech solutions break through big barriers, and/or will help them get to the next stage.
Oil companies like Shell have unique skills that make them ideally placed to help build the energy world of the future. Yet they seem unable to look beyond their own interests.
A new study shows that the cost to the French consumer of a 100% renewable scenario is more or less equal to a scenario close to today’s, with only 40% renewables.
Lomborg’s dangerous form of climate denial is to begrudgingly accept the science while producing economic models to say global warming is minor issue.
Abbott appears to have already blown its carbon budget, selling emissions abatement in first round of auctions at price that would make it impossible to meet even Australia’s modest 5 per cent cut in emissions by 2020.