Equinor has become the third major fossil fuel producer to scrap plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight.

Australian engineers have secured patents for a new kind of fusion energy generator.

A leading economist has warned a proposed coal-fired power station could leave taxpayers exposed.

An Adelaide company is planning to be Australia’s first manufacturer of electric aircraft, having signed an agreement with a European designer.

Progressive firms have announced plans to provide standalone solar and battery storage systems for victims of bushfires and storms.

With environmental risks on the rise, experts are calling for a new air pollution monitoring body.

Rio Tinto says a large solar farm will feed its new iron ore mine in Western Australia's Pilbara region.

Queensland researchers are working on solar power technology that can be used as a flexible ‘skin’ over hard surfaces.

Melbourne City Council is considering a target for zero emissions by 2040.

The Prime Minister may adopt a technology investment target to avoid zero greenhouse gas targets.

Authorities say there has been a drop in wholesale prices across the National Electricity Market (NEM).

Authorities have called for ‘critical’ funding to increase the capacity of an interstate energy transmission corridor.

Engineers have solved a key flaw in solar panels after 40 years of research.

The laws behind the plan to build a nuclear waste dump in South Australia have been raised in federal parliament.

The major mining lobby has backed a giant solar farm in the NT.

Australian researchers have created a new material that can reduce CO2 emissions from crude oil refinement.

It has been revealed that former resources minister Matt Canavan delayed releasing documents about meetings with coal lobbyists until he resigned, cutting off a freedom of information request.

A new report shines a spotlight on mining safety in Queensland.

The AER says customers should not be forced to put up with a faulty meter because their energy retailers’ systems and processes are inadequate.

Member for Warringah Zali Steggall wants to establish a pathway for Australia to reach zero net emissions by 2050.

The Victorian Government is looking at turning old coal mines into lakes.

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