The agriculture industry explores new ways of placing solar panels on farms as renewable energy becomes more accessible and appealing.
The development of large-scale renewable energy projects on valuable farming land remains a controversial topic, with a group of central Queensland producers the latest to express their concerns.
"It's not the Jetson's, the technology is here now": The Barossa family running their winery and house off an electric car.
A three-year battle between farmers and the New South Wales Government has ended with the conditional approval of a 120-megawatt solar farm planned for land 4 kilometres out of the Jindera township.
The NSW Government wants to attract 3,000 megawatts of investment worth $4.4 billion for the pilot program in Dubbo, as part of a campaign to help NSW reach zero net emissions by 2050.
An independent MP is leading a crossbench call pushing the Government to do more to help farmers and rural communities face climate change challenges into the future.
After a devastating bushfire, one remote WA farming community takes steps towards a solar solution — and it's cheaper, safer, and more reliable.
Australia is the skin cancer capital of the world, so you might be surprised to find there are just 16 ultraviolet radiation sensors around the country monitoring the sun's rays.
Four foreign-owned energy companies are racing to get their large-scale solar projects off the ground on farmland in the NSW Southern Riverina.
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