A confidential Defence Department report last year predicted many of the shortages and behaviours of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The competition watchdog has allowed mining companies to work together in ways that they previously could not.

Regulators have expanded the potential for cooperation in the energy sector.

Experts are working on ways to reduce the carbon footprint of artificial intelligence (AI).

The auditor general has been asked to investigate a Morrison government scheme to underwrite gas, hydro and coal power.

The Federal Government has come up with a plan to boost domestic fuel reserves by buying and storing fuel overseas.

A new solar setup will reduce the power bill for Adelaide’s desalination plant.

Macquarie University has signed a deal to switch to 100 per cent renewable electricity.

Experts are looking at ways to store energy in the twisted threads of diamond.

Australian engineers are working on windows that can generate electricity.

New data suggests global carbon emissions from the fossil fuel industry could fall by a record 2.5 billion tonnes this year.

A new report shows Australia’s gas industry emissions intensity is increasing.

Experts say a steep drop in power use could lead to system overload and blackouts in WA.

The West Australian Government has announced the next step in the $218 million redevelopment of an old power plant.

Royal Dutch Shell says it will become a net zero-carbon company by 2050.

A new study suggests meeting the Paris Agreement goals would benefit the world's economy in the long-term.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor is backing renewable energy sources as a way to drive a new hydrogen industry.

A new study has examined the propagation of energy as sound waves in a quantum gas.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) says there are unacceptably high fault levels in North Queensland.

Australia has spoken at a meeting intended to stabilise energy markets.

Research suggests the carbon-capturing abilities of some forests may not be as expected.

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