The South Australian Government has adopted a target of zero net emissions by 2050, as recommended in a report by the Low Carbon Economy Expert Panel.

Over 1.4 million reasons why Australia is such an attractive solar market

With over 1.4 million households that have solar installed, Australia has more individual households with rooftop solar than any other country in the world.

Victorian Government “slow out of the blocks”: Environment Victoria

Environment Victoria has found the Victorian Government’s environmental performance after one year in office “modest but slow”.

Tindo appeals anti-dumping decision on Chinese PV imports

The decision by the Anti-Dumping Commission to terminate its investigation into the alleged dumping of solar PV panels from China is to be reviewed, following an application from Tindo Manufacturing...

Clean Energy Council AGM sees fresh faces appointed and new scholarship for women

Five board members were elected at the Clean Energy Council’s (CEC) annual general meeting (AGM), which also saw the announcement of a new scholarship for women in renewables.

A new government authority would leverage $5 billion of construction in new clean energy generation over the next four years, under a Greens plan to drive Australia’s transition to a renewable energy economy.

The South Australia Government is calling upon the energy industry to submit innovative proposals that will deliver reliable and affordable low-carbon electricity to meet up to 100 per cent of the government’s electricity usage.

Hydro Tasmania met King Island’s power needs with 100 per cent continuous renewable energy for almost 33 hours earlier in November – the first time anywhere that this has been achieved at a MW scale for such an extended period of time, according to Hydro Tasmania.

Commercial solar 15-100 kw: Best of 2015

The 15-100 kW category in the Clean Energy Council’s Solar Design and Installation Awards showcased three equally impressive commercial projects this year. EcoGeneration takes a closer look.

Is there a gender problem in renewables?

Where are the women in senior roles in the clean energy industry, and what can be done to ensure females are more equitably represented? EcoGeneration Associate Editor Sonia Nair investigates.

All-Energy 2015 sets the scene for a shifting tide of renewables

Federal Minister for Environment Greg Hunt’s renewed support for renewables, Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s “catch up, cash in” policy and Lord Deben’s rousing call for Australia to contribute its...

Laying the foundations for energy market reform

What does the advent of the prosumer mean for the grid? It is the mandate of the Clean Energy Council’s Future Proofing in Australia’s Electricity Distribution Industry (FPDI) project to...

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