An analysis of the IEA’s calculations suggests they may be a very optimistic outlook for the world’s most polluting form of energy.
The rise of the solar citizen, the demise of utility 1.0, and the arrival of energy storage. Oh, and the politics. It has been a big year.
Driving an electric car could be worse for both the climate and public health if the electricity that runs it was generated at a coal-fired power plant.
A new David is rising to challenge Britain’s Big Six energy Goliath: small-scale solar and wind owned by lots and lots of people.
New deal merges Clean Energy Council annual solar conference with All-Energy Australia, to deliver the country’s largest clean energy event in 2015.
Senator Xenophon’s “Safeguard Mechanism” amendment to the Direct Action legislation means Australia effectively has a carbon price again.
UPDATE: A crowd-funded solar system for Kirribilli House has been delivered to the PM – a Christmas gift with a message from Sydney church leaders.
A Paris climate agreement is not going to save the world. The Copenhagen summit was so chaotic because it tried to do too much too soon and nearly broke the system as a result.
SunEdison has won a tender to build 350MW of large scale solar PV in Chile – at an average price of less than 9c/kWh, with no subsidy.
Tesla Model S launch highlights electric vehicles are a reality in Australia.