Renewable Energy

With Australia having the highest global uptake rate of solar energy generation, one local startup is determined to position the country’s renewables sector as a world leader in the circular economy.

The CSIRO has launched the Hydrogen Knowledge Centre to foster collaboration between industry, government and research and development (R&D) ecosystems.

CCN talks to the experts about how to manage the current energy crisis seeking out business tips that can make a real difference.

Australian Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese, has committed to a stronger 2030 emissions reduction target joining the world’s biggest economies which have also set ambitious climate goals.

Tasmanian seaweed producer, Sea Forest, is set to expand production of its feed supplement to cut methane emissions from livestock.

Optimal Group has purchased two hectares of land in Westbury Tasmania to construct a biogas plant.

La Trobe University’s Mildura and Shepparton campuses are officially net zero, which is a first in Victoria.

Arden Homes has announced a new venture with RACV Solar that will ensure every Arden Aspire and Lumina home built in 2022 and beyond will have a solar panel system.

The federal government has reduced funding for climate change and emission reduction measures.

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, today released a roadmap highlighting the research required to continue Australia’s transition to a more secure electricity system.

Australia is set to adopt the United States’ gold standard of measuring energy sector jobs with the federal government developing the inaugural Australian Energy Employment Report (AEER).

The Climate Change Authority (CCA) has commenced public consultation on its review of the assessment principles for international offsets.

The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, released this week is a dire warning about the consequences of inaction.

Portugal closed its only remaining coal plant 10 days ahead of schedule, making it the fourth country in Europe to stop using coal.

Australian researchers have developed a smart and super-efficient new way of capturing carbon dioxide and converting it to solid carbon.

Embodied carbon emissions in materials used in the building and construction sector are the next frontier to significantly reduce Australia's carbon footprint.