And what will we see once we embrace cheap renewables? An end to the internal combustion engine, for a start, writes freelance journalist Doug Hendrie.
The Abbott government seems to hate renewable energy, but the march of progress is unstoppable at this point. The only question is, when will the government get out of the way?
The government will go to the 2013 election with not a single panel or heliostat installed from its $1.5 billion Solar Flagships program, first announced in 2009.
One of the most troubling and baffling casualties of this campaign has been the renewable energy sector. This is particularly baffling because renewable energy is massively popular in the community and has been repeatedly demonstrated to be technically ready to power Australia at a competitive price. The public response to Beyond Zero Emissions’ 100% renewable […]
The height of the decarbonisation hill Australian governments need to climb this decade is underlined in the electricity industry’s just-released annual data, writes Keith Orchison.
Evan Beaver explains just what Renewable Energy Certificates are all about. What are they? Where do they come from? Is Nick Minchin making them?
Australia is becoming a laughing stock. The country blessed with some of the most abundant renewable energy resources on earth is rapidly squandering our poll position in the race to a clean energy future, writes John Hepburn.
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