Qantas senior management felt pressured by Government to complain about carbon price - report.
Economist warns meeting target on greenhouse gas emissions could cost $5bn.
Government wants to reduce public subsidy, encourage private investment.
Victorian Government commits to $2.5 billion rail line upgrade.
CSIRO, Garnaut and others to address Senate inquiry.
Project billed as world’s first modular large-scale battery storage system.
East coast gas market could see prices rise fivefold on LNG project demand.
Territory plans 50 MW hub for solar and storage technologies.
Kiev facing a Friday deadline to pay Russia a $2 billion energy bill.
Coal mine floods lead to outages across nation.
Territory government says more needs to be done to tackle winter particle pollution.
Govt cites electricity prices as tariff left to retailers' discretion.
Treasurer says he spoke with CEO about airline's initial carbon tax statement.
Bloomberg predicts 44.5 GW to be installed worldwide in year.
Environmentalists joins state government in condemning forests logic.
Premier vows to change way energy is produced.
There is a lot of excitement about batteries, but they're absent from the forecasts by establishment experts like the IEA who think the grid can absorb lots of wind and solar with cheaper options. Yet they may be missing something rather important.
The Western Australian senator is using his social media clout to bolster his re-election chances and his continued presence in the Senate could cause headaches for the Coalition's NBN.
One MP's push for additional baseload power in his electorate highlights how a blinkered view of the National Electricity Market can lead to more pain than gain.
As gas generation shows signs of having reached its peak, and hydro eases off on low demand, coal could reclaim some of the NEM pie.
Solar panel costs and prices have fallen dramatically, globally, leading to a more classic supply-driven market for the year ahead.
Joe Hockey is right to deny Qantas a subsidy. But he should also know the carbon tax is levied based on the carbon content of kerosene, not whether there’s a kangaroo on the tail wing.
Solar is now a big player in the US power generation market, making up nearly a third of new generating capacity in 2013. But Australia's solar installation productivity is still vastly better.