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Australia must decarbonise to stay relevant in the global steel supply chain: BNEF

Despite its rich endowment of iron ore resources, Australia must act early and decisively to secure its place in the global race towards green iron and low-carbon steel. The post Australia must decarbonise to stay relevant in the global steel supply ch...

Eraring deal signals death of baseload power in Australia, and Dutton’s nuclear fantasy

The Eraring deal means that Australia's biggest coal generator will operate with the same capacity factor as the average solar farm. Baseload is dead, so what does Peter Dutton think he is going to do with a big nuclear plant? The post Eraring deal sig...

“We haven’t been consulted:” Coal town on transition to renewables is not interested in nuclear

One coal town transitioning to renewables says it has not been consulted about Coalition's nuclear plans, and is not interested. The post “We haven’t been consulted:” Coal town on transition to renewables is not interested in nuclear ...

Eraring deal: A smarter way to keep prices down would be to build more wind and solar

The Eraring deal will likely result in lower prices. A better way to do that would be to approve and build more wind and solar farms, and the required transmission. The post Eraring deal: A smarter way to keep prices down would be to build more wind a...

Eraring clunker deal may do little to keep the lights on, but it might bail out the state government

NSW deal with Origin will reward Australia's biggest utility to have its coal generators trundle through the night, but is there any guarantee they will operating when really needed? The post Eraring clunker deal may do little to keep the lights on, bu...

Eraring coal closure delayed two years, possibly four, “to keep the lights on”

NSW secures deal to extend life of Australia's biggest coal generator by two years. The post Eraring coal closure delayed two years, possibly four, “to keep the lights on” appeared first on RenewEconomy.

Big polluters will be forced to come clean on emissions under proposed rule change

Draft planning changes will force developers of projects like coal mines to provide "robust and consistent information" on potential greenhouse gas emissions. The post Big polluters will be forced to come clean on emissions under proposed rule change a...

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