New approvals mean Australia’s Renewable Energy Target will be met in 2020.

The WA Government has released a new greenhouse gas emissions policy for projects assessed by the EPA.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and TransGrid have opened consultation on plans for the interconnector between Victoria and New South Wales (NSW).

Proponents have released plans for Australia’s only methanol plant, to be built in Darwin Harbour.

The number of people considering buying electric vehicles has tripled this year.

Papua New Guinea has given Australia’s Oil Search approval to proceed with a $20 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project.

The Energy Minister says Australia’s renewable target will not be raised.

Proponents are plugging a big pumped hydro project at Kidston in north Queensland.

The new United Wambo open cut coal ‘super pit’ for NSW’s Hunter Valley has been approved with export conditions.

Ailing wave energy firm Carnegie Clean Energy has made a final bid for survival.

New Hope has sacked 150 New Acland coal mine workers after a bizarre standoff with the Queensland Government.

The EU is expected to push Australia to clean up petrol standards as part of a new free trade deal.

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.

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

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

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

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

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

AEMO has called for urgent investment in dispatchable power.

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