By prolonging uncertainty around investment in energy generation, the government gives itself scope to keep blaming Labor and renewables for blackouts -- at least until voters wake up to it.
What is the Clean Energy Finance Corporation anyway? And should it be investing in clean coal? Crikey intern Sophie Heizer explains.
The new government should get on with the business of budget repair. And the weird Senate can help, writes Ben Oquist, executive director of The Australia Institute.
SBS and the ABC will be exempt from certain provisions of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Bernard Keane and Myriam Robin report.
The government's war on renewable energy reflects the strong financial links between the fossil fuel industry and the Coalition.
Ignore the theatrics: Clive Palmer has handed the government a big win in its efforts to dump effective climate action.
The market conditions were better in 2013, so who made the most of it? And which chairmen and CEOs should hang their heads in shame? We name the best and worst in business.
Pacific Hydro's wind farm will be financed without a big power retailer involved. Is this the future or just a last hurrah for the Clean Energy Finance Corporation?
Oliver Yates is the ex-Macquarie banker who turned his back on a lucrative career to head up the government's controversial (and possibly short-lived) green bank. Why did this "maverick" do it -- and what will he do with $10 billion of your money?
Australia's new $10 billion Clean Energy Finance Corporation, which will provide investment and green loans to Aussie businesses, is similar in concept to policies underway in the United Kingdom and the United States.