Electricity emissions fall 6.3 per cent in financial year; mining and gas production numbers spike.
Terms of reference to also consider affect on established home insulation industry.
Researchers to gauge investor appetite for post-election privatisation suite.
CBA among consortium that pays $4bn for Fortum electricity distribution business with renewables element.
Half of long-term facility to be spent on working capital and capital expenditure.
Governments forced to delay food-based biofuel limit amid food price, environment concerns.
City plans to halve emissions with gas, electric fleet.
Operator releases verdict on national transmission outlook.
PM's plan on overtime for carbon tax bills gets rejected.
Carbon Farming Initiative hits milestone mark but uncertainty slows projects.
Oil companies among backlash on carbon permit supply fix.
Treasurer removes foreign investment conditions placed on Yanzhou Coal that restricted its ownership of Yancoal Australia.
Grid companies told to purchase all solar power in boost to PV industry.
PM says he wants company to keep manufacturing in Australia.
Suntech restructuring takes new twist with probe into sale of main unit.
Western Australian project faces another cost blowout, Chevron's capex to fall.
Competition authority tipped to recommend increase.
Report finds fund managers weak on fiduciary duty to manage carbon policy risks.
Increasing fixed charges are biting hard in Queensland and input comparisons with other states suggests consumers are right to be sceptical.
The inability to source a top-end energy efficient fridge highlight's Australia's climate policy and energy market mess.
Yesterday AGL's Simon Camroux claimed it was too complicated to allow customers to bid-in reductions in demand in competition with power generators bidding astronomical prices. But it isn't.
On many fronts, China is surprisingly well-advanced in its historic transition to a carbon-lite economy. Australia's clean energy experts need to get with the program.
There are some solar PV businesses having repeated large scale success, but overall market share figures reveal a surprise.
A new report shows that solar may actually help reduce the bills of all electricity consumers, not just those that install systems. It illustrates that regulators need to gather much better data and exercise care in changing tariffs.
As the parliamentary year ends, The Conversation presents a rundown of the climate change and science policy decisions made since the election.
Two of the most talented engineers I know cut their teeth at Holden. But there are better ways to use their skills.
John Madigan dislikes carbon pricing but supports the CEFC. It reveals the potential for a broader alliance to defend renewables and energy-efficiency.