Solar PV and batteries will be part of the grid of the future. But what part? And what sort of grid?
It’s official. On Tuesday, China submitted its emissions-reduction goals to the UN, in the lead-up to the Paris climate summit in December this year.
The claim that Germany will rely on foreign nuclear energy is back again. One wonders why proponents of nuclear power understand the technology and markets so poorly.
Citizens and industry hit back at a proposal to tax solar-plus-storage systems.
Australian appliance energy efficiency policy has focused on new appliances, but we can do a lot better. Here’s my recipe for success.
The EU is currently discussing how power markets in member states could be redesigned to promote free trade. A leaked draft shows where the discussion is.
Tender launched to install 30kW solar system at former Woodend timber mill, use funds generated to reinvest in more solar, or ‘perpetual fund’ for community renewables.
There is much that is good in IEA’s World Energy Outlook Special Report on Energy and Climate Change, but its renewables projections are less satisfactory.
The recent conversion of the Palmyra Atoll to be 100 percent renewable offers an innovative look into how this can be achieved.
Young mother’s journey from silence to speaking up for wind energy highlights importance of open, honest communication in regional wind communities, without fear or manipulation.