A tale of two energy ministers is emerging in Canberra. On the morning of Tuesday 29 November, Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg delivered the keynote address at the ANU Energy Update 2016. An important event for the country’s leading energy analysts … Continue reading A Tale of Two Ministers
National environment group Friends of the Earth says the highly-anticipated meeting of the COAG Energy Council has missed an opportunity to deliver a plan for rolling out renewable energy. This afternoon’s statement comes after over 100 community members gathered in … Continue reading COAG energy council meeting a missed opportunity to grow renewables: Vic holding firm on gas pressure
New research from the Climate Council has identified expensive and unreliable gas power as the key cause of recent electricity price spikes in South Australia. The Climate Council recommends large-scale and distributed energy storage to protect South Australian households from … Continue reading Research finds unreliable, expensive gas cause of SA price spikes: Solar-thermal solution needed
New Minister for Energy & Environment Josh Frydenberg has hit the ground running after years of poor policy choices by the Coalition. Yet Minister Frydenberg has his work cut out for him to regain the trust of the community and confidence … Continue reading Can Minister Frydenberg hit the reset button on national renewable energy policy?
New federal energy and environment minister Josh Frydenberg has indicated a significant shift in energy policy for the Coalition in the lead up to a COAG energy council meeting on August 19. Minister Freydenberg has said that more renewable energy … Continue reading Energy Minister right on renewables and climate, wrong on gas