Submarines are going up, and now even mining is embracing renewables? Here are the stories you may have missed.
While Australia faces an investment drought, the government is deterring billions in renewable energy investment because of its climate denialism. The result is more expensive and less reliable power.
According to a former Greens senator, lobbyists have corrupted government policy for too long.
Beware the "net zero by 2050" target — it's vague enough that fossil fuel interests see it as an opportunity to expand.
According to the director of policy at the Institute of Public Affairs, the best government energy policy is none at all.
While politicians claim they want to support coal miners, the real appeal of coal lies in the tens of billions of dollars in exports it earns every year — and the wealthy interests it funds.
We have sunshine falling on vast areas of land that are too hot and dry to be productive in other ways, and we have the scientists and engineers to develop and apply the best available technology.