The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME) says a recent survey showed majority support for nuclear power, and has called for renewed debate.

The Federal Government says the Fair Work Commission should take into account its promise to cut the carbon tax when setting the minimum wage.

Fortescue has completed an incredible $9.9 billion expansion in the Pilbara, opening the doors on its newest Western Australia mine.

A major Australian superannuation fund has deemed fossil fuels to be ‘socially unacceptable’, and will no longer make investments in that direction.

Japan is moving to remix its energy industry, adding 11,000 megawatts of gas and coal power to replace its lost nuclear supplies.

The United States military is working on a project to gather solar electricity from space and beam it wirelessly back to Earth.

The industry lobby for Australian manufacturers says high gas prices and a domestic shortage will lead to the loss of over 100,000 jobs.

The Senate has rejected the Federal Government's attempt to bury the mining tax, voting down legislation to abolish the MRRT by 35 votes to 32.

Mining companies often weigh environmental outcomes against economic ones, and choose actions which benefit the latter, but researchers say with better planning they can have the best of both worlds.

AGL Energy will reportedly challenge the rejection of its bid for NSW state-owned electricity firm Macquarie Generation.

Media outlets claim at least $1 billion worth of resource projects are on hold in Victoria alone, awaiting the review of the Renewable Energy Target.

A regional newspaper has reported that a major gas project could be getting shut down, but the company behind has said nothing.

A new report from analysts at Deloitte Access Economics has highlighted 25 sectors that could drive the Australian economy in the future, including nuclear power generation and waste storage.

Scientists have been pinching designs from nature for some time, but have now brought living and synthetic materials together in an exciting new way.

Woodside’s floating Browse gas project will produce 17,000 barrels of LNG per day for fifty years, the company hopes.

The Senate has voted down a bill to axe the carbon tax, depriving the Prime Minister of a much-touted election promise and setting the scene for another fight in July.

Using a giant battery made of water and gravity, engineers have proposed a new way to store renewable energy to meet extra demands.

A new discussion paper says technology has solutions to the major cost of living for many.

The Royal Commission into the tragic failure of the Rudd government’s home insulation scheme will begin today, and could prompt some intriguing revelations from politicians and public servants on the witness list.

New developments could see the end of giant coal, gas or nuclear turbines, and the rise of electricity gathered by simple movement and friction.

The Governor-General has tabled papers to kick off the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption.

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