The Federal Government has provided an excellent opportunity for companies to appear as though they are doing something about their carbon emissions.

Cuts to the office in charge of developing northern Australia mean remote communities will continue missing out, some say.

The parliamentary secretary to the Treasurer has warned federal public servants that under-performing agencies could be cut.

Major banks say they are not keen on Queensland coal port expansions, which are also the subject of a damning scientists’ report.

The Federal Government has launched its latest discussion on the future of the Renewable Energy Target.

AGL is moving ahead on a hydraulic fracturing plan for coal seam gas wells near Gloucester, setting up specialist equipment on a number of sites.

Tech giant Samsung is getting into gas, with word of a near-$1 billion deal to build an advanced liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant.

On the 100 year anniversary of Hydro Tasmania, the Great Lakes power scheme has been awarded heritage listing.

Revelations and denial in the latest instalment of the royal commission into unions.

The Ranger Uranium mine has been officially ordered to improve its safety procedures, after investigations into the failure of a tank in December last year.

Analysts say huge coal projects in Queensland’s Galilee Basin carry “an almost unprecedented level of financial complexity and risk.”

The Australia Institute (TAI) has fired another shot at the coal industry, in its quest to turn the Australian public against the old energy industry.

Scientists at China's Nanyang Technology University (NTU) have developed ultra-fast charging batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes.Chinese scientists have developed batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes.

As the Queensland Government looks to get on the asset recycling wagon, the ACCC says it will be watching.

Australians will pay more for household power and there is little they can do, according to the Grattan Institute’s latest energy report.

A new deal means Australia’s robot revolution may start just south of Sydney.

The Federal Government's plan to close important research centres have drawn criticism almost immediately.

Australian engineering students have been officially recognised as world record holders for the fastest electric vehicle over a distance of 500 kilometres.

Treasurer Joe Hockey has faced a fiery questioning over Australia’s environmental, economic and diplomatic place in the world.

A parliamentary inquiry will look into the New South Wales Environment Protection Authority (EPA), following several big spills and small fines.

A group of sea-bound protestors are travelling from the Pacific Islands to Newcastle to block the coal port.

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