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 British billionaire who rescued the Whyalla steelworks from administration calls on the Australian Government to do more to make it easier for big companies to access finance to make grand investments in renewable energy.
Peter Mailler is a third-generation farmer but if the effects of climate change continue on their current path, he doesn't expect anyone will be farming his 6,000 acres property in the future.
The small town in north-east Victoria is implementing a solar energy strategy that will generate power off the grid, reduce local demand for electricity during peak summer periods, and decrease the price of energy.
The tipping point's been reached: the cold, hard numbers show that new renewable energy is supplying cheaper electricity than new coal-fired power plants could and will continue do so, writes Stephen Long.
Steel giant Bluescope signs onto Australia's largest solar power-purchasing agreement in a bid to cut energy costs and improve reliability.
Malcolm Turnbull has dismissed calls from Tony Abbott to abandon the National Energy Guarantee.
The National Party uses its federal conference in Canberra to vote on renewable energy subsidies and demand the Federal Government eliminates the contributions over a five year period.
The National Party membership will use its federal conference this weekend to pressure politicians to finalise energy policy, and to push for more coal-fired power stations in regional areas.
The National Party membership will use its federal conference this weekend to call for an end to the energy policy vacuum, with more 'clean' coal-fired power stations in regional areas.
The head of one of Australia's biggest electricity companies rejects coal as a solution to Australia's energy crisis and urges the Federal Government to adopt the recommendations of chief scientist Alan Finkel.
Labor flags it would scale up a clean energy target recommended by Australia's chief scientist once in government, but Dr Alan Finkel says the community needs predictability during a Q&A special dedicated to his report.
A Q&A discussion dedicated to the release of the Finkel report into energy security found both sides of politics in agreement on the need to do something but communities at the coalface of change are crying out for detail.
There could be relief in sight for households grappling with rising electricity bills, with a leading energy analyst forecasting new renewable projects will prevent more hikes in power prices within three years.
Australia could generate electricity with no carbon emissions by 2050, but a carbon price will be needed to achieve that, according to the Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap released today.
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