Minister claims carbon pricing added $106 million to loss.
Macfarlane disputes claims auto manufacturer has decided to quit in three years.
Temperature limit too high to avoid catastrophic effects, says eminent group.
Minerals Council CEO warns miners risk missing out when market corrects.
ASX firm's energy bonds completes UK solar project; bond issue support up to $9.9m.
Watchdog seeks penalties over residential discount offers.
SolarCity to price batteries below demand charge via lease or power purchase agreement.
Vessel 'world's largest'; expected to produce 3.6 million tonnes of LNG a year.
Virgin gets on board EV race series.
Carbon analytics firm says credits could flood fund, expose $2.55bn policy to 'serious budget risk'.
Research finds cross-continent connection with deadly weather extremes.
Climate transparency provision to highlight Direct Action's cost: Milne.
Hartcher resigns from cabinet following ICAC probe.
Rio Tinto boss tells investors policy was not driver of Gove decision.
A new report says solar will hit 'near-global cost competitiveness' with natural gas by 2025.
Britain bets on offshore capability, scales back onshore wind and solar support.
UN launches developing nations fund despite rich nations' snub.
A growing undercurrent of industry and business figures are questioning whether Direct Action's abatement revenue will be worth the government hassle.
There is no democratic honour in Labor acquiescing on carbon pricing. Rather, there's much to gain by delaying repeal.
Almost one-third of c-Si modules being shipped by c-Si module suppliers are using third-party suppliers, as foreign brands start excercising market muscle.
As the carbon tax is controversially repealed, Australian business must turn its mind to operational and reputational risk.
The Environment Minister has a new adviser that was an aggressive lobbyist for the interests of Hazelwood power station and argued against the Renewable Energy Target. But he has support from a wind industry leader.
For the small-scale renewable market, the STC spot price has made up some of its losses while certainty might be coming to the scheme’s large-scale sibling.
Public transport in Australia is under pressure from underinvestment and increased patronage. Scaling back new projects, recycling capital and debt funding may provide the states with a solution.
Using 3D mapping technology, an ambitious startup hopes to bring solar price mastery to America's masses – and lower costs for installers.