The Department of Industry's $10 million reliable energy infrastructure grants program has been found to be flawed.

Experts are working on a ‘defence-grade cybersecure’ battery management system.

The Federal Government wants to modify a major investment scheme, and could use it to underwrite new fossil fuel projects.

The expected lifespan of Australia’s longest natural gas pipeline has been slashed.

Regulators have proposed charging Australians with rooftop solar panels for exporting electricity to the grid.

CSIRO is looking at options to build a multi-billion-dollar battery recycling industry in Australia.

The NT Government has launched a project to make hydrogen fuel out of water extracted from the desert air.

Australia's largest community-owned solar farm has been switched on.

New pollution limits have been imposed on Victorian power stations, but greenhouses gases will not be limited.

Australia’s main mining lobby wants the EU to define nuclear power as ‘sustainable’.

SA authorities have remotely switched off thousands of household solar panels, using its new powers for the first time.

Alcoa has secured a five-year electricity supply deal for its Portland aluminium smelter.

Victoria is planning a per-kilometre road tax for electric vehicle users.

The OECD’s incoming secretary-general Mathias Cormann has urged caution over new carbon-pricing ideas.

Unions have slammed legislation that allows the break-up of the CFMMEU.

Renewables developer Tilt Renewables will go private after a $2.75 billion bid.

A class action lawsuit has been launched for victims of the 2019 Cudlee Creek bushfire in the Adelaide Hills.

Mathias Cormann is the new head of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

New funding will allow a tech firm to explore using customer data to improve energy systems.

A technicolour dreamcoat may be the next big thing in electronic communications.

Brown coal is being turned into liquid hydrogen as part of a $500 million pilot project in Victoria.

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