Despite a 20% average rise in technology costs, renewables have retained their position as Australia's cheapest new-build electricity generation.
The Climate Council has welcomed the federal government's announcement of a new offshore wind project in the Hunter region.
Orica has announced the completion of its Kooragang Island Decarbonisation Project in Newcastle, reducing almost half of the site's emissions.
Behyad Jafari, Electric Vehicle Council CEO, has commented on Australia and Indonesia's recent agreement to advance collaboration on EV production.
Countrywide Hydrogen and Walkinshaw Automotive Group have agreed to consider the development of hydrogen-based truck and prime movers for the Australian market.
The Maryvale Energy from Waste (EfW) project, which will recover heat and power from residual non-recyclable waste to provide partly renewable power, has received grant funding.
Facing up to community opposition is critical for Australia's energy transition, according to Sarah FitzGerald, GHD's Global Program Lead – Future Energy.
Uber unveiled new products and initiatives at its Go/Get Zero event in London, including EV updates, Uber Eats sustainability targets and a carshare platform.
Respondents of a recent survey by ABB cite concerns that energy pricing and insecurity could delay progress on climate change but solutions are available to help.
Australia may face a major waste issue in the next decade, with solar panels and PV modules reaching their end of life without a viable recycling scheme.
Woolworths Group has announced its aim to make its home delivery trucks 100% electric-powered by 2030, with the project kicking off in Sydney metro areas.
While building a truck parking and loading zone, the Melbourne Market Authority saw an opportunity to turn empty space into a solar power system.
Vast Solar has awarded Worley key engineering contracts for its VS1 CSP project in Port Augusta, which is set to begin construction in 2024.