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“Ludicrous:” Snowy 2.0 contractor has zero working capital, but denies dispute

Giles Parkinson

Contractor for Snowy 2.0 and Project EnergyConnect reveals liquidity problems with zero working capital, but denies dispute over costs and delays with Snowy Hydro.

Spanish energy giant in landmark solar and battery project in Australia

Giles Parkinson

Updated: Spanish group Naturgy in landmark deal to to build first of its kind "dc-coupled" solar and storage project in Australia.

NSW backs pumped hydro projects promising 60 hours of energy storage

Sophie Vorrath

Five pumped hydro projects, with a combined capacity of almost 1.75GW and 60 hours of storage, have been awarded state government funding.

Energy Insiders Podcast: How much storage is needed for 100% renewables?

Giles Parkinson & David Leitch

Windlab's David Osmond discusses his year long study into wind, solar and storage. Plus ESOO and the market cap.

“Honeymoon over” as another small “solar friendly” retailer succumbs to energy chaos

Sophie Vorrath

Elysian Energy, which had 7,500 customers across Victoria and the other NEM states, becomes latest casualty of Australia's energy market crisis.

Want to minimise bill shock in an energy crisis? Quitting gas is a good start

Sophie Vorrath

New report finds homes using both electricity and gas face even steeper increases in their energy bills than those with electricity only, as high market prices start to hit.

Australia’s first battery gigafactory on track for December launch

Jim Regan & Sophie Vorrath

Australian lithium-ion battery manufacturer on track to launch its planned gigafactory in NSW coal country after successfully completing a pilot program.

World’s largest wind farm begins full operation off the coast of Yorkshire

Joshua S. Hill

The world's largest completed wind farm, the 1.3GW Hornsea 2 project off the coast of Yorkshire, is now in full operation.

Why Queensland’s big gas basins could be host to next clean energy powerhouse

Marija Petkovic

As the uptake of renewable energy grows, this region has huge potential to be one of Australia’s clean energy capitals.

Moving beyond 82% renewables by 2030 requires pumped hydro investment now

Tim Buckley

It’s past time to decouple Australia from fossil fuel dependency and the associated energy price hyperinflation that is smashing household and and business consumers.

BYD reports spike in Atto 3 orders after service cost decrease, first deliveries imminent

Bridie Schmidt

Daily orders for BYD Atto 3 double off the back of servicing update released by the vehicle's distributor, EV Direct.

Tesla numbers jump 18pct in single month to top 10,000 in NSW

Riz Akhtar

New data reveals big jump in EV uptake in Australia's most populous state, and white is the favourite colour, probably because it comes at no added cost.

EV news wrap from The Driven

Staff Reporters

All electric MG4 hatchback arrives in Australia to gain approval for sale; Australian e-scooter maker Vmoto boosts sales, looks at battery swap options; Turnaround: Bollinger Motors return with B4 cab-chassis; and much more.
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