The recent meeting of Australia's energy ministers had a major focus on gas in our power sector.
How bad are things for U.S. coal? Very bad, but that's very good for environment. Now the question is whether other countries will cut back on coal as well.
A former state regulator and member of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission argues that subsidizing reactors to keep them running is unnecessary and will be bad for consumers and the environment.
A nuclear engineer makes the case that nuclear power plants are important resources and should receive economic rewards for providing steady supplies of carbon-free electricity.
Australia's energy watchdog has warned that closing coal power stations could leave us vulnerable to supply problems. But not if we help take the pressure off the grid.
Scott Morrison has rejected Chinese bids for the 99-year lease of 50.4% of Ausgrid, the NSW electricity distribution system, for security reasons.
The anti-nuclear movement in the U.S. is at a critical juncture as worries over climate change grow.
South Australia's recent electricity price spike has seen calls for more gas. But Australia already has plenty.
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There's a wealth of climate policies to choose from this election – but what will they do electricity prices?
Closure of the state's last coal power station will leave a potential gap in the electricity supply.
We have the technology to phase out fossil fuels, but it will take more than that.
Phasing out fossils fuels would go a long way to stopping dangerous climate change – but it might be harder than we thought.
Over the past year Australia's greenhouse gas emissions from electricity rose 2.7%.
Africa still has numerous electricity challenges to overcome, but several countries are getting it right when it comes to providing electricity to their people.
Longannet, the last coal-fired power plant in Scotland, has closed. It might be good news for climate change, but it also signals major problems ahead.
South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan left energy analysts disappointed by not discussing the topic in much detail.
South Africans spend billions of rands paying for services that should be provided by government, thus making the tax burden considerably higher than what appears in official tax data.
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