WA’s Western Rock Lobster industry is sounding the alarm about potentially disruptive seismic testing.

AEMO has called for more gas investment, as the majority of Australia’s supply continues to be exported.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has laid out power price adjustments for consumers.

New money has been provided for advances in hydrogen storage and Indigenous-led renewable projects.

A new report warns there are financial risks of getting stuck in the Beetaloo Basin.

Victoria’s high-profile State Electricity Commission (SEC) advisory team has been disbanded less than a year after its establishment.

Australia will put up billions of dollars to help Rolls-Royce improve the UK’s nuclear reactor production line.

Australia’s Biodiversity Council has questioned a proposed environmental law carve out for the offshore oil and gas industry.

Researchers are working on a range of new bushfire-prevention technologies.

Engineers are working on new, fast-charging lithium-sulphur batteries.

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has announced a commitment of up to $110 million to support a lithium project.

The Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) has initiated an external review following critical remarks in a recent court case.

In a striking political intervention, Paul Keating appears to have challenged Treasurer Jim Chalmers to dismiss a $20 billion offer by Canadian private equity giant Brookfield to purchase Origin Energy.

Economists have proposed a ‘HECS-for-solar’ scheme to slash power bills and help the climate.

The Albanese government has been accused of avoiding First Nations consultation on offshore gas plans.

Woodside Energy has defended its chairman, Richard Goyder, amid a campaign by activist shareholders against his re-election.

CSIRO scientists have reported a new record efficiency for next-gen roll-to-roll printed solar cells.

The Federal Government has officially declared the Southern Ocean Wind Zone, covering an area of 1,030 square kilometres off the coast of Warrnambool and Port Fairy in Victoria.

The Albanese government is planning to streamline environmental approvals for resource projects, abolishing 500 “nuisance” tariffs.

Energy Minister Chris Bowen has dismissed the Coalition's nuclear power fantasy.

The Government may compromise on Australia's new vehicle emissions standards.

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