Australian news, and some related international items

8 September REneweconomy news

  • AGL bought Liddell for nothing, but would cost Turnbull a small fortune, and his credibility
    Liddell was bought for nothing and for good reason – “it’s clapped out”. Turnbull’s intervention raises probity issues and could have as devastating an impact on new technology as canning of the carbon price and the attempt to kill the RET.
  • Barnaby Joyce’s bizarre call to arms against “green peril”
    Joyce says Australia under attack from “green peril”, that will only become apparent to all when the power goes out, leaving people stuck in a lift, busting for a pee. Oh, and he doesn’t think India will want Australia’s thermal coal. Say, what?
    Energy Efficiency market – commercial lighting takes centre stage
    Whatever the recent VEEC market volatility may imply, it seems clear that the intent exists within government to bring about change, the question now remains what will the end result be?
    What does Hurricane Harvey mean for your super?
    Though the awareness of climate risk disclosure has become more prevalent, such disclosures by Australian companies are still the exception rather than the norm.

September 8, 2017 - Posted by | energy

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