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What exactly is the NEG supposed do? And is it actually going to achieve it?

What exactly is the NEG supposed do? And is it actually going to achieve it?

The Coalition claims that the NEG will reduce emissions, make power more reliable, and save households money. The numbers paint a different picture.

NEG on his face: Turnbull's energy win shows Abbott for a fool

NEG on his face: Turnbull's energy win shows Abbott for a fool

Malcolm Turnbull's party room win on the NEG delivers a fatal blow to Tony Abbott's lingering capacity to hurt his leader.

NEG advocates want surrender to denialists, not an end to the climate wars

NEG advocates want surrender to denialists, not an end to the climate wars

The National Energy Guarantee in the form proposed by the government would lock in the policies of a climate denialist. The states have every right to fight back.

Ghost of Abbott's prime ministership threatens to haunt climate policy for a decade (at least)

Ghost of Abbott's prime ministership threatens to haunt climate policy for a decade (at least)

The key battle on energy policy is whether the government can be allowed to embed Tony Abbott's denialism into the energy policy framework for a decade to come.

The Turnbull Syndrome: why we can't trust our governments any more

The Turnbull Syndrome: why we can't trust our governments any more

Australians don't trust Turnbull or his government because they keep stuffing up -- but their poor governance is as much to do with ideology and malice as much as incompetence.

ACCC report says little new, but demonstrates the painful arc of neoliberalism

ACCC report says little new, but demonstrates the painful arc of neoliberalism

There's no mystery or scandal about how we ended up with a badly flawed electricity market — it has followed the broader path of neoliberal reforms in Australia.

The 10 truths Malcolm Turnbull can't utter

The 10 truths Malcolm Turnbull can't utter

For all his power, there are certain truths Malcolm Turnbull can't admit for fear of infuriating the right.

Timor-Leste's problems run deeper than a hung parliament, and they begin with Australia

Timor-Leste's problems run deeper than a hung parliament, and they begin with Australia

With a new energy deal with Australia on the table, and with an end to a year of political gridlock in sight, the future should be bright for Timor-Leste. But will it fall pray to the same pattern of corruption that led it here?

Crikey’s pocket guide to lesser known alternative energy sources — Part II

Crikey’s pocket guide to lesser known alternative energy sources — Part II

How do ocean power and solar thermal energy work? Read on as Chris Woods explains.