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Fortescue looks to build 9.2GW wind and solar green hydrogen project in Egypt

Giles Parkinson

Andrew Forrest strikes another MoU for a massive green hydrogen project, this time with Egypt in the lead up to the UN climate talks.

Huge NSW solar and battery project nudges boundary fence to fend off community concerns

Rachel Williamson

Huge solar and battery project near Goulburn shifts boundary fence to accommodate local community concerns, including nearby resident Angus Taylor.

Big German asset manager buys 400MWh big battery portfolio in Australia

Rachel Williamson

German investor makes first entry into Australian big battery market, with purchase of a 440MWh portfolio.

Grid demand hits record low as rooftop PV takes bigger bite out of coal power’s lunch

Giles Parkinson

Grid demand in Queensland, Australia's most coal dependent state, hit record low as growing amount of rooftop solar took a big bite out of coal's midday lunch.

Rooftop solar reaches 72 per cent of demand in world’s biggest isolated grid

Giles Parkinson

Rooftop and distributed solar reaches what appears to be a new record of 72 per cent of demand in W.A., the biggest isolated grid in the world.

Should King Charles speak his mind on climate action, or just ugly buildings?

Giles Parkinson

Should King Charles speak out on climate change, as he has done as prince? Of course he should, says Albanese.

Explainer: What is the NEM, anyway, and how is it tracking in the shift to renewables?

Christiaan Zuur

It's not really national, and its not even - or only - a market. The NEM is a complex system of systems, and it's facing a lot of challenges.

Solar power saved Europe €29 billion in this summer’s energy crisis

Pawel Czyzak 

New analysis reveals record levels of solar across the EU over summer avoided the need for 20bn cubic metres of gas, and the cost to import it.

‘Untenable’: Even companies profiting from Australia’s carbon market say system must change

Andrew Macintosh

Several large companies that profit from market rules governing the issuing of carbon credits to some projects are too lax and the market’s integrity should be improved.

The Driven Podcast: EV interest surges, MG returns to market

Giles Parkinson & Bridie Schmidt

EV sales in Australia, and around the world, are hitting new heights, driven largely by Tesla. But MG has returned with an improved sub-$50,000 electric offering.

Queensland Tesla sales more than treble in August

Riz Akhtar

Model Y deliveries help a trebling of Tesla EV deliveries in August.

Energy Insiders Podcast: Climate bill, Snowy and the case for a strategic reserve

Giles Parkinson & David Leitch

First climate bill in a decade is passed, Snowy’s leadership, renewable pipelines and Oxford’s Farhad Billimoria on what might work in Australia’s new market design.

Grid Connections: Who’s going where in Australia’s energy transition

Staff Reporters

People movements at Squadron Energy, Climate Council, Spark, Schneider Electric, EV Council, Sun Cable, Deakin University, APA Group and Boundless.
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