Embattled wave power company Carnegie Clean Energy has had its shares reinstated to the ASX.

The chairman of Alinta Energy says big lobbies are undermining climate change policy.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has provided little explanation for using doctored documents to criticise Sydney’s lord mayor.

Leaks suggest one of the major contractors for the Carmichael mine has been rocked by internal dissent.

State regulator Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) has laid six charges against energy company Powercor ...

The value of Norway's sovereign wealth fund has grown to a record 10 trillion Norwegian crowns ($A1.6 trillion).

Origin Energy boss Frank Calabria says the era of new coal power is over.

A council-funded self-generating power pod is being trialled on a cattle property in rural Queensland.

The federal and NSW governments have announced plans to upgrade the NSW interconnector with Queensland.

South Australia’s sole electricity distributor has been found to have overcharged SA councils and their ratepayers by millions.

An average of 60 West Australian homes and businesses are having their electricity cut off each day.

The Morrison government wants to change native title laws to so that hundreds of mining leases can be progressed.

Adani has received some rare support from an Australian business for its Queensland plans.

Opposition energy spokesperson Mark Butler has accused the PM of “pretending” to support renewable energy.

Government funding has been provided for Australia’s first Solar Gas Hybrid project.

Oil and gas exploration company NSE has been suspended by the stock exchange over its rehabilitation liabilities.

Santos is moving to secure billions of dollars worth of exploration and production investments in the Top End.

There has been an increase in complaints about the installation of digital or smart meters across NSW.

The promised Snowy Hydro 2.0 project has been described as “too expensive” by a leading energy expert.

The New South Wales Independent Planning Commission (IPC) has approved an expansion of Bloomfield Collieries’ Rix’s Creek south mine.

The Victorian Government has admitted Fujitsu pulled out of its Latrobe hi-tech education precinct project before last year's state election.

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