EnergyAustralia says it is closing its call centre in Melbourne’s north-east, putting up to 300 jobs on the line.

Unions say forced redundancies at Ausgrid and Essential Energy have been put aside by a Fair Work Commission ruling.

The first bits of equipment for Victoria’s prototype wave power unit are in place.

The Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics will soon switch on a machine dubbed ‘W7-X’ – a mind-bending device that could usher in a new age of nuclear fusion energy.

Experts say it is hard to tell what happens to billions of dollars in taxpayer funds handed out in the Government's Direct Action climate policy.

Federal Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg is staying quiet on which regional councils have put their names up to host a nuclear waste dump.

A far-reaching CSIRO survey has found Australians views on climate change run on distinctly political lines.

Metgasco has accepted a NSW Government offer to buy back its CSG licences in the Northern Rivers region.

The National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) is officially behind schedule for its assessment of BP’s plan to drill oil exploration wells in the Great Australian Bight.

China says it will build the world's largest super-collider in 2020, in an effort to understand more about the Higgs boson.

Tasmania's Energy Minister Matthew Groom says Hydro Tasmania has defied “doom and gloom” predictions to post a big before-tax profit.

Queensland senator Glenn Lazarus has been on an anti-CSG educational trip to the Northern Territory.

An Australian engineering firm is about to start a trial of the world's first wave energy microgrid power station.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has recommended Queensland power companies Energex and Ergon charge households $6.6 billion and $6.3 billion respectively between 2015 and 2020.

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