An aquatic centre on WA's south coast is now heated with a biofuel, created by burning woodchips from local plantations, significantly reducing its reliance on gas.
Whyalla's city council anticipates its population will "explode" from 22,000 to 80,000 by 2040, as the regional South Australian centre unveils plans to upgrade its steelworks and local infrastructure.
Whyalla's city council anticipates its population will "explode" from 22,000 to 80,000 in the next 10 to 20 years as the regional South Australian centre embarks on an ambitious upgrade to its steelworks and local infrastructure.
Turnbull's observations on energy policy provided abundant material for a question time attack by Labor bloated from dining on the unending manna that's been flowing from political heaven, writes Michelle Grattan.
Electric cars could costs more across the US if Donald Trump's plan to end subsidies on them succeeds, a move seen as retaliation for GM announcing factory closures and job losses.
A green energy project by Carnegie Clean Energy that would power homes in a marginal electorate — it seemed like an irresistible political prospect. So how did things go so wrong?
Long-suffering Carnegie Clean Energy shareholders use the wave power company's AGM to question its ability to remain afloat, while also receiving bad news about the sale of its solar subsidiary.
Research at a Queensland university has discovered the geological secret behind a rare earth mineral, critical to building high-tech products essential for future industries.
Electricity prices have been at the centre of the "climate wars" over the past decade, but we're really only just getting to the sharp end of the energy transition where workers lose jobs, write Franziska Mey and Chris Briggs.
Tesla boss Elon Musk famously delivered on a promise to build a giant battery within 100 days or do it for free, but a new report reveals its owner escaped a government fine for missing a key testing deadline.