Australian news, and some related international items

24 November More REneweconomy news

  • Forget COAG – how durable is Coalition support for the NEG?
    When the NEG was nebulous, its boosters were able to promise all things to all people. Now, with slightly more detail out, it will be a really hard sell.
  • Tesla big battery – world’s biggest – charges up for first time
    World’s biggest battery charges up for first time as testing begins ahead of its formal commissioning next week.
  • COAG agrees to commission more design work on the Turnbull government’s proposed National Energy Guarantee, forcing the renewable energy industries in Australia into yet another period of policy uncertainty.
  • Queensland poll could be a show-stopper for solar, and consumers
    As Queensland prepares to vote in the state election on Saturday, we look at what’s at stake for the renewables industry – particularly if Labor loses.
  • Northern Territory to release 50% renewables plan next week
    Northern Territory government expected to unveil roadmap for 50 per cent renewable energy target next week.
  • Delta Energy Systems charges EV convoy to top of Cradle Mountain
    This is the first event where electric vehicles demonstrated that the drive from Devonport to Cradle Mountain, a popular tourist destination, is entirely possible using standard production EVs currently available in Australia.
  • Andrew Dillon appointed new CEO of Energy Networks Australia
    Energy Networks Australia is pleased to announce Mr Andrew Dillon’s appointment as its new Chief Executive Officer.
  • Push for second Tasmania Basslink wins new ARENA funding
    Australian Renewable Energy Agency tips another $20m into feasibility and business case for second interconnector across Bass Strait.
  • NEG is supposed to be better than nothing. But is it?
    The NEG is yet another case of Australian exceptionalism in energy, typical of the toxic mix of muddled thinking and ideology that dominates regulatory oversight of this industry.
  • HOWZAT! Adelaide over on front foot with project putting energy efficiency up in lights
    Adelaide Oval has unveiled a world class audience experience created through a CEFC-financed major lighting upgrade that goes all out to put substantial runs on the energy efficiency scoreboard.

November 24, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, energy

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