A strange ad attacking renewable energy appeared in the News Corp papers yesterday. Its source: the Climate Study Group.
Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes wants to build a massive solar farm in the NT. It'd be one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Australian history... funded by private companies and Aussie entrepreneurs.
The fact that renewable energy is in the best interests of all Australians is a clear as daylight; whether Angus Taylor will make the sensible decision on the matter is as clear as mud.
There are calls for Australia to commit to a future of hydrogen-based renewable energy. But like most energy solutions, the reality is not so simple.
Crikey readers go in on Queensland's anti-protest laws, Australia's American adventurism, Tasmania's renewables skirmish and the foreign education industry.
Let’s be explicit about this: South Australian wind farms did not shut down because the winds were too low or high.
Some scientists say it is a great weapon in the war on carbon emissions, and Energy Minister Angus Taylor is pushing an inquiry into the topic. But will Australia ever take the nuclear option?