La Trobe University is pushing to become Victoria's first carbon-neutral tertiary facility.

Australia's renewable energy boom allows it to leapfrog nuclear power, a new report says.

Environment Minister Sussan Ley is being sued after she rejected a heritage protection bid in favour of a Chinese coal project.

Research engineers have used laser printing technology to produce waterproof e-textiles in minutes.

The ACCC says gas prices and margins remain too high despite easing market pressures.

AEMO has called for urgent investment in dispatchable power.

The Federal Government has paid a lobby to help small businesses navigate the energy market.

An international review has found Australian regions with coal-fired power stations are among hot spots for sulphur dioxide pollution.

A giant floating nuclear power plant has set sail from the Arctic port of Murmansk.

Hunter Energy says the recommissioned Redbank power station will be cleaner and greener than before.

Three controversial solar farms have been approved near Shepparton in Victoria's Goulburn Valley.

A plan to search for gas and oil in the Great Australian Bight has been postponed until next year.

Australia is the world's third-largest fossil fuel exporter, behind Russia and Saudi Arabia, new stats show.

Australia has been accused of prioritising its economy over the lives of its Pacific neighbours.

Victoria will hold its own inquiry into the feasibility and suitability of the nuclear power.

A skills shortage could put Australia’s infrastructure pipeline in danger.

Gas company Inpex has been fined $12,600 for evaporating water containing PFAS over Darwin Harbour.

The Victorian government is moving to legislate a renewable energy target of 50 per cent by 2030.

ASIC says it will find out whether Australia’s biggest companies have properly disclosed their risk from climate change.

Queensland’s Electrical Safety Office (ESO) is issuing an urgent callout to electrical workers, telling them to reset their safety focus and test before they touch.

AEMO has opened registrations for participation in its virtual power plant (VPP) demonstration program.

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