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NSW to be first state to regulate CO2 as pollutant under sweeping new proposals

Jim Regan

NSW is to become first state to regulate CO2 as a pollutant, potentially establishing the framework for government-backed national climate actions.

Australia's most coal dependent state may be about to make a big green leap

Giles Parkinson

Corporate Australia's green energy plans are likely to sweep Australia's most coal dependent state into a future it could barely imagine.

Spanish energy giant Iberdrola to invest $A4.4 billion in Australian energy transition

Joshua S. Hill & Giles Parkinson

Spanish energy giant Iberdrola says it plans to spend up to $4.4 billion on Australia renewable and storage developments, and green hydrogen.

Greenwash: Big Oil talks a big game but does little to shift away from fossil fuels

Jim Regan

Super major oil companies spend huge amounts of time and money talking up their green credentials, while their investments and lobbying activities tell a different story.

Researchers pluck green hydrogen from the air, without any need for liquid water

Sophie Vorrath

Australian and international researchers have demonstrated a way to produce renewable hydrogen without the need to consume precious drinking water.

Offshore wind plans boosted as developers fathom full Gippsland potential

Sophie Vorrath

BlueFloat Energy and Energy Estate announce major boost to capacity of the offshore wind farm they propose to build in the Gippsland Bass Strait region.

Atmos looks to battery storage projects after buying Victoria wind farms

Giles Parkinson

Igneo Infrastructure Partners wins auction to buy 60% stake in the Lal Lal wind farms in Victoria, and is looking at more transactions.

South Australia wind farms lift Australia to record monthly output in August

Giles Parkinson

Four wind farms in South Australia lead country to record monthly wind output in August.

Heat pumps can cut your energy costs by up to 90%. It’s not magic, just physics

Alan Pears

Typically, a heat pump costs around half as much for heating as gas. If powered by solar, it can be up to 90% cheaper than gas.

MG ZS EV first impressions: Connected and quiet budget EV

Bridie Schmidt

We got a chance to take the new ZS EV for a spin from Sydney's Circular Quay to the picturesque La Perouse foreshore. Here's what we think.

Autosteer helps Tesla Model Y achieve record safety ratings in Australia and Europe

Bridie Schmidt

Tesla Model Y receives highest safety ratings in Australia and Europe, with Kia and Genesis also assessed and BYD Atto 3 to follow soon.

EV news wrap from The Driven

Staff Reporters

Batteries not included: EV crash fire faked for insurance company video; StoreDot ships “extreme” fast charging cells to global automakers; Nissan buys into Japanese electric vehicle battery business; 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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