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Concerns for green lobby as Australia evaluates renewable energy target

The Australian government has announced a review of its mandatory renewable energy target, a move which is causing concern for the country’s green groups.

Australia may fall short of renewable energy target

Australia's target of achieving a two per cent growth in supply of electricity generated from renewable sources over a ten year period is unlikely to be achieved, according to recently reported comments from the Australian Ecogen Association (ASA).

White paper outlines Australia’s likely energy direction

A report from the Australian government reads as good news for the country’s coal industry and carbon capture and storage technology in particular.

Australia rejects renewables target in favour of tech-neutral approach

Australia has rejected a renewable energy target proposed by its chief scientist, in favour of a technology-neutral plan aimed at shoring up security of supply.

South Australia hits wind power milestone

Wind power in South Australia provided more than half of the state’s power on Wednesday, according to the Clean Energy Council (CEC).

Renewables could power Australia’s COVID-19 economic recovery

2019 was a remarkable year for the Australian renewable energy industry, with 4.4GW of new renewable energy capacity installed and almost a quarter of Australia’s electricity supply now coming from renewable energy sources.

Global renewables investment grows to $310bn in 2014

Global investment in renewables rose by 16 per cent to $310bn in 2014, according to findings released this month.

Where to get the biggest bang for your green buck

It has been ten years since business analysts at Ernst & Young (EY) started compiling their annual Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), a report that just does what it says - calculates which countries have the most to offer financiers in return for their investment.

To protect and serve

When talking about the bread and butter of High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC), many factors come to mind.