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.
Temporary diesel power generators owned by the South Australian Government are switched on as the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) deals with record-breaking heat conditions across both SA and Victoria.
The Australian Energy Market Operator forecasts a potential supply shortfall for the two states, and could pay energy-intensive industries to power down as scorching temperatures place extra strain on the system.
In an opinion piece published in the Financial Review, Don Harwin calls for an end to the "climate wars" and urges the Morrison Government to "come to grips" with climate and energy policy.
The New South Wales Government is describing its federal colleagues as "out of touch" on energy and climate policies, with Energy Minister Don Harwin promising to push for rules to force power companies to reduce their carbon emissions.
Low-income residents of a regional South Australian city are using an innovative solar scheme to shave money off their power bills.
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.