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Green hydrogen industry is sick of feasibility studies, wants backing for showcase projects

Giles Parkinson

Australia's green hydrogen hopefuls are tired of feasibility studies, and want support for a large scale project to show path to global dominance.

St Baker tips millions into Australian electric aircraft technology

Sophie Vorrath

St Baker Energy Innovation Fund joins $23m fundraising for company behind "world’s most efficient" electric vertical take-off and landing technology.

AEMO’s Westerman says energy crisis more challenging than South Australia blackout

Giles Parkinson

AEMO boss says challenges of energy crisis underline need for switch to renewables, and to build more generation, firming and transmission.

Sunshine state dominates winter performance tables for solar PV

Giles Parkinson

Strong winter sun helps Queensland solar farms dominate list of best performing large scale solar PV assets in August.

Paying billions in subsidies to fossil fuel industry makes absolutely no economic sense

Richard Denniss

Subsidies serve an important function, but it makes absolutely no economic sense to subsidise things a government is, or should be, trying to discourage.

“Act of climate vandalism” as new PM names Rees-Mogg as UK energy minister

Sophie Vorrath

MP who advocated for syphoning “every last cubic inch of gas” from the North Sea, the resumption of fracking, and the rejection of wind farms, to lead UK on energy and climate.

Liz Truss has links to climate science denial, and finds solar farms depressing

Adam Barnett

While claiming to support net zero, the new PM is pro-fracking, plans to increase extraction of oil and gas in the North Sea and finds solar farms "depressing".

German government proposes limited extension of “high risk” nuclear

Benjamin Wehrmann

German economy and climate minister says tweak to nuclear exit law will only entail a limited extension until spring next year, due to the technology's risks.

RACQ Solar launches in Sunshine State in big rooftop PV play

Sophie Vorrath

Queensland has a new rooftop solar retailer on the block with the launch of RACQ Solar, based on the motoring club's majority share in Gem Energy.

Finnish company Kempower chosen for Australia’s longest EV charging network

Bridie Schmidt

Modular, dual outlet EV chargers from Finnish Kempower will be installed on the Western Australia EV charging network.

What BYD’s Thailand plans might mean for Australia’s EV supply

Riz Akhtar

With some of Australia's most popular ICE cars currently built in Thailand, BYD's production expansion plans could be good news for the local supply of EVs, too.

EV news wrap from The Driven

Riz Akhtar

Study reveals strong demand for an Apple EV – that doesn’t yet exist; Lightyear gets major capital boost to deliver solar car on schedule; and much more.

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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