Japan has announced plans to release over a million tonnes of radioactive water into the ocean.

An independent report has raised concerns about the risk of drilling new gas wells near contaminated land.

The Federal Government is bringing in big business lobbyists and gas industry figures to overhaul its Climate Change Authority (CCA).

Reports say the Federal Government has pressured experts who question its gas-fired recovery plan.

Researchers have used hair waste from a barbershop to improve the performance of solar technology.

About 150,000 Australians are currently in debt to their gas and electricity provider.

A new report shows many people want an end to new petrol car sales.

Experts say two weeks of winter are holding Australia back from a 100 per cent renewably-powered electricity grid.

Bitcoin mining in China will soon use as much energy as a major European nation.

An economist has described plans for new coal mines in NSW’s Hunter Valley as “absurd”.

A $2 million study will look at how rooftop solar systems respond to ‘contingency events’.

Regulators are working on new frameworks to ease the transition to a renewable energy system in Australia.

Australia’s scientific community has called on the Morrison Government to aim for net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

CSIRO has welcomed planned US tests of its next-gen solar thermal technology.

Santos says it is getting the money together to develop a major new gas field off the coast of Darwin.

The Victorian Government has rejected plans for a 300-metre-long floating gas terminal off the Mornington Peninsula.

Funding has been granted for a system to provide solar energy on dark parts of the Moon.

Authorities are moving ahead on Australia’s first biomethane-to-gas project.

Queensland researchers have come up with a carbon-capture process that could significantly reduce emissions from concrete production.

A new gas import terminal could help Australia avoid a looming gas shortage.

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