The Federal Government may reboot an inquiry into the climate policies of Australian banks.

Scientists have discovered an immense, but hitherto unknown, hydrocarbon cycling system in the world’s oceans.

A fresh Land Court hearing into the planned expansion of the New Acland coal mine has been ordered.

Regulators have announced stronger penalties for energy businesses that breach consumer protections.

Plans have been unveiled for the “world’s biggest battery”, to be built in NSW.

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has suggested excluding agriculture from long-term climate targets.

Rheem has received government funding to see if it can store excess solar with hot water systems.

In the past 12 months, South Australia has enjoyed a world-leading 60 per cent grid share of wind and solar.

The offshore petroleum regulator is investigating the disposal of old oil equipment by Woodside Petroleum.

The NSW planning commission has rejected the proposed expansion of a coal mine beneath Sydney's drinking water catchment.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has taken a tiny step towards a target of net zero emissions by 2050.

Local engineers are working on the future of energy storage.

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