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Carbon emissions from Australia’s ‘Dirty Dozen’ more than half Pacific Islands’ emissions

Between 2016 and 2021, a group of just 12 Australian fossil fuel companies emitted more carbon pollution than 50% of the Pacific Islands’ total emissions over the same period. The post Carbon emissions from Australia’s ‘Dirty Dozen’ more than half Paci...

ACT switches on its first big battery on path to full electrification

ACT government switches on 10MW/20MWh Queanbeyan battery – one of at least two big batteries commissioned to aid the territory's shift to all-electric renewables. The post ACT switches on its first big battery on path to full electrification appeared f...

Our climate challenge is our greatest opportunity: So how do we get it right?

Our response to climate change provides perhaps the greatest opportunity for investment, economic, export and employment growth Australia has ever seen. Can we harness it? The post Our climate challenge is our greatest opportunity: So how do we get it ...

Fossil giants tipped funds into major parties, but then the climate movement fought back

While data shows the fossil fuel industry yet again pouring money into Australia's major parties, the 2022 federal election changed the political donations game. The post Fossil giants tipped funds into major parties, but then the climate movement foug...

Record solar and wind output is crushing coal in EU – and already beating gas

Coal generation has been falling since mid 2022, and as the renewables transition heats up, a decrease in fossil fuels – especially gas – will be the story of 2023. The post Record solar and wind output is crushing coal in EU – and already beating gas ...

One of Australia’s oldest and most richly rewarded solar farms sold after debt dispute

One of Australia's first solar farms - and one of the most richly rewarded - has been sold by administrators. The post One of Australia’s oldest and most richly rewarded solar farms sold after debt dispute appeared first on RenewEconomy.

Sun Cable sale process kicks off, plays up Singapore link and green hydrogen

Sun Cable sales process officially begins, with the salesman playing up both the proposed Singapore link and the strong demand for green hydrogen. The post Sun Cable sale process kicks off, plays up Singapore link and green hydrogen appeared first on R...

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