'More intense fires, more often.'
Spot prices flat as move to ban UN permits fails to impress.
Anti-wind group's tax deductible status under review by ATO.
A new study suggests Arctic ice melt is influencing climatic events further afield.
PM calls on Labor to do the 'right thing' and scrap carbon price, mining tax.
Oil giant shelves plans for a gas project on soaring costs.
Renewables developer says project to bring millions to South Australian economy.
Sources say companies will jointly develop two giant PNG natural gas fields.
Cell module sales skyrocket in quarter as subsidy hits.
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.
Solar, batteries, smart appliances and smart grids could fuel an energy revolution, but do households really want to be 'prosumers'?
Repealing the carbon price is set to save consumers $1.74 to $3.13 a week. Meanwhile, erasing all grid emissions would cost less than a 'tenner'.
The PV industry is fragmenting in terms of supply and downstream business models with the trend likely to continue next year.
With only 2 per cent of all human-caused bald eagle deaths caused by wind farms, the US government has finally decided it's a price worth paying.
A growing undercurrent of industry and business figures are questioning whether Direct Action's abatement revenue will be worth the government hassle.
A small company from Australia has developed an elegant electric engine that might rival gas guzzlers on the racetrack... and beyond.
Aussie executives must turn their minds to operational and reputational risks, should the carbon tax be controversially repealed.