Installing enough solar panels and battery storage to see a household through a week without sunshine isn’t yet financially possible.
A new acoustic recorder could track the movements of marine mammals more accurately.
Mining nodules from the deep ocean seabed could provide the metals crucial for today’s EV batteries and renewable energy technology, but little is known about the harm it could cause.
While this prominent and well funded project has gone into voluntary administration, those enthused about rapid decarbonisation and Australia’s renewable energy export potential need not despair.
Meet the Canary Wharf-sized wind turbine with Big Ben-sized blades.
The good news is the world’s coal use has peaked – and will soon rapidly decline. Australia is leading the way, and the rest of the world must soon follow.
A new study indicates that the supply of “green” assets has caught up with demand, leading to a relative decline in performance. The green premium is a reality, but may be temporary.
Fixed limits are set for household energy exports because of the uncertain impacts of so many variable generation sources on the network. New energy data and simulation systems may offer an answer.
People are starting to notice the weather and climate, and to understand climate change better than ever before.
Funding is still central in developing new and renewable energy in Indonesia. Research shows that Indonesia could raise US$12.29 billion per year from public fundraising.
To achieve a target of 82% renewable energy generation by 2030 requires a huge number of new sites for solar and wind farms.
We’ll need to almost double our electricity sector workforce to build renewables as quickly as we need to. Where will the workers come from amid a skills shortage and infrastructure boom?
Existing decarbonisation measures are often unsuitable for the least efficient homes – failing to improve their performance will trap vulnerable people in fuel poverty.
If the proposed pumped hydro scheme at Onslow goes ahead and is managed well, it could be a major asset to diversify a low-carbon, self-resilient economy in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Some of the most powerful offshore wind is over water too deep for a standard wind turbine. Engineers found a way around the problem.
After a decade of climate wars, Australia is suddenly united – with state, territory and federal goverments aiming for net zero by 2050 for the first time
The government is rolling out smart meters across the UK, but at present they are providing households with little benefit.
A leading climate scientist explains why going over 1.5 degrees Celsius puts the world in a danger zone.
Start high, drop fast and avoid the free-riders: How to design subsidies that can boost clean energy in the US and elsewhere.
All French car parks bigger than 80 spaces will be covered with solar panels.