A people-powered revolution is taking place in north-east Victoria with the region's first community-led energy network going live.
A $650 million solar thermal power plant planned for Port Augusta will not go ahead after the company behind it failed to secure commercial finance for the project.
The Government insists Australia is on track to meet its Paris target by 2030, but the Government's own data tells a different story.
The International Energy Agency reveals that despite a rapid uptake of renewable energy, increased demand for heating and cooling drove coal-fired power generation and carbon emissions higher.
Solar panels have been installed on the rooftops of two million Australian households — but why are so many people left helpless when they run into a problem?
Customers have been fleeced hundreds of dollars a year by Australian energy giants — and according to the competition watchdog, it is not illegal.
Gladys Berejiklian claims the largest use of solar energy is in NSW. But South Australia and Queensland might have something to say about that.
Renewables advocates say Shell's takeover of home battery maker Sonnen is a significant step for the sector, as oil and gas giants increasingly look to expand beyond fossil fuels.
New research from the Australian National University finds the nation is likely to meet its Paris climate target in 2025 — five years earlier than expected.
When 45,000 homes and businesses in Sydney's eastern suburbs were plunged into darkness yesterday, Carl Prins' house was the only one in the street with a working fridge — here's why.