In Germany, solar PV is not just licking the cream off the profits of the fossil fuel generators -- as happens in Australia with a more modest rollout of PV -- it is in fact eating their entire cake, writes Giles Parkinson, of RenewEconomy.
The Coalition couldn't let the year tick over without one last, glaring sign that they've abandoned their climate responsibility.
Highs and lows: Australia’s year in energy policy left a lot to be desired
The NEG died and Adani didn't. Crikey reviews 2018 in energy policy.
Climate wars over: Labor surrenders on emissions reduction methods
After a decade of fighting over how to reduce carbon emissions, Labor has surrendered, rejecting market-based mechanisms in favour of taxpayers footing the bill.
Shorten announces energy package
Good morning, early birds. Bill Shorten has set out Labor's energy ambitions, Amnesty reports deteriorating conditions on Manus, and Bali Nine member Renae Lawrence is freed from prison. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Section 44 rears its ugly head once more
Good morning, early birds. Section 44 could claim yet another Coalition MP, Peter Dutton rebuffs New Zealand refugee deal once again, and NSW to turn a network of public buildings into a virtual power plant. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.