The government of New South Wales plans to set up 12 more solar farms which are expected to boost the nations lead in solar power investments. If approved, the new solar farm projects will generate...
From July more than Victorian solar households will benefit from the state government’s unprecedented move to steeply increase solar feedin tariff for the year Households will receive a new mandatory minimum solar feedin rate of...
Latest reports from the ACT state reveal a myriad of actions by the Government aimed at driving down emissions from greenhouse gases and accelerating the adoption of clean energy sources across the Territory.
Canberra is at it again—this time installing highly subsidised next generation battery storage in both homes and businesses across its region.
The scheme by WA Greens to support battery storage in the state is poised to benefit approximately 120,000 households and thousands more of businesses in the next five years.
The Victorian Labor government has invited expressions of interest to set up their 20MW battery storage system poised to become the first grid-scale battery storage plant of its kind in Australia.
Victoria’s Andrews Labor Government recently announced an impending plot to slash the state’s greenhouse gas emissions by about 15 to 20 per cent less than the 2005 levels come year 2020.
He began with immigration, now President Donald Trump has an even bigger global target ahead as the country prepares to shift its course on climate change.
With less than a week in office, the U.S president is already trumping on energy matters! Following updates on the WhiteHouse.gov website, significant amendments relating to climate change and energy were made in less than...
The Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability Shane Rattenbury has announced two more clean energy grant programs for both businesses and organisations based in Canberra.
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It comes as no surprise at all that Canberra has scooped up a major award for its commitment towards achieving its renewable energy target of 100 per cent by 2020. This year’s Carbon Disclosure Project’s...
Queenslanders have a reason to smile after the State ruled out closure of its solar feed-in tariff program known as the Solar Bonus Scheme.
Some of the poorest and most disadvantaged countries in the world are aiming for a move to 100% green energy.
folks in Victoria are expected to sell their solar energy back into the grid at variable prices, allowing them to cash in more at peak times.
Energy retailers are taking advantage of the uncertainty and consumer confusion as the New South Wales solar bonus scheme closure draws near.
With overwhelming evidence that Australia needs more renewables, not less - the Coalition struggles to keep the peace between fossil fuels and renewables