Australian engineers are working on superconductor-powered wind turbines, complete with some mind-blowing improvements.

A new report will help planners manage the impact of sea level rise, as local government pick up the slack of climate change inaction.

Gun-nuts and fisher-folk could see the New South Wales Government keep its electricity infrastructure under state-ownership.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has revived one of the most contentious topics in the Australian political debate – nuclear power.

Byron Bay residents could form Australia’s first community-owned, not-for-profit, clean energy generator and retailer.

Queensland’s new Integrity Commissioner says in-house lobbyists should have to declare their contact with government ministers.

The consumer watchdog is taking the CFMEU to court over claims the union engaged in boycott conduct directed at concrete company Boral.

The crew of a Victorian petrol ship is refusing to make a voyage they say will end with their sacking.

A new report details some of the mind-boggling conditions inside a nuclear reactor during a meltdown.

The consumer watchdog is taking EnergyAustralia to court for its phone selling practices.

A dangerous safety breach has seen more than 40 electricians stop work at a Sydney construction site.

Western Australia’s resources sector workforce will be smashed over the coming decade, as companies cut costs during production and increase FIFO staff arrangements.

Environmental concerns have come into play in BHP’s decision to split itself in two.

A fiery Senate estimates hearing in Canberra has seen former treasurer Peter Costello forced to defend the Future Fund's investment decisions.

Three Melbourne councils have joined forces to sidestep state and federal energy policies, buying power directly from renewable providers.

Lobbyists say Australia’s uranium industry is waiting for Japan’s nuclear power industry to fire up once more.

West Australian Premier Colin Barnett has broken step with the Federal LNP, encouraging the state to move itself away from coal-fired power.

Big changes at Infrastructure Australia mean the group is yet to form an opinion on Melbourne’s multi-billion-dollar East West Link.

The Australian Government has announced it will seek a new free trade agreement, this time with the nation of Germany.

Experts have picked apart a 'game-changing' renewable energy deal between China and the US too see if it can match its own hype.

A new compensation scheme has been opened for NSW farmers, which will see the state opened up for new coal seam gas (CSG) mining licences.

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