New South Wales has allowed a coal mining extension under Sydney's Woronora water reservoir.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has released a report on its Virtual Power Plant (VPP) Demonstration.

The Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) is preparing for Chinese companies to buy up distressed Australian assets.

A new study looks at renewable energy facilities in areas of environmental significance, which could threaten natural habitats.

Approval has been granted for what could be Australia’s first pumped hydro project in 40 years.

Origin Energy has put a pause on fracking activities in the NT.

Australian researchers are looking at strangely-shaped magnetic fields as a new way to store data.

A new study suggests carbon capture and storage (CCS) could be a real option for Queensland.

Experts say the global COVID-19 shutdown should not be an excuse to stop climate action.

Leaked information suggests Adani is planning a bigger Queensland coal mine than it has publicly stated.

New analysis suggests coal miners are being exposed to more harmful dust than previously believed.

A software firm is creating an electric vehicle subscription service.

Victoria’s energy safety regulator lacks independence, according to a former senior executive.

Victoria is lifting a ban on onshore gas exploration, but says it will not allow fracking.

A Queensland farmer has commissioned their own hydrogeological study that throws official water figures into doubt.

A mishap during an experiment has cracked a 58-year-old quantum physics puzzle.

Engineers have used graphene to create a thin film for thermal energy harvesting.

A new report belies the idea that burning LNG is better than burning coal.

The NSW Government has announced its Net Zero by 2050 plan.

Australia's $80 billion Future Submarine Program is “dangerously off track”, according to a new report.

Oil prices have seen their biggest week of losses since 2008, rocked by pandemic issues in a market flooded by Saudi Arabia and its allies.

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