WA power provider Synergy will slump to almost $180 million in losses over the next four years, according to figures released in State Parliament, as the financial position of the state-owned utility deteriorates.
A massive powerline that would run through the properties of 17 private landowners on Tasmania's north-west coast has sparked fury from farmers who say they've received letters "threatening" to compulsorily acquire their land.
The NEM has just celebrated its 20th anniversary and, while it has done a good job, it is now in need of a major overhaul to keep the lights on, a major new report warns.
One Nation's candidate in the marginal seat of Flynn has expressed an openness to renewable energy in the future, but backs the status quo — much like her competitors.
For more than half a century, Royce Smith's family has produced premium grass-fed beef at blustery Granville Harbour — the perfect place to diversify with a wind farm.
The Government insists Australia is on track to meet its Paris target by 2030, but the Government's own data tells a different story.
If it proceeds, the Star of the South project would be the first of its kind in Australia and generate 2,000 megawatts of electricity — enough to power 1.2 million homes.
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.
Customers have been fleeced hundreds of dollars a year by Australian energy giants — and according to the competition watchdog, it is not illegal.