Experts have proposed using AI to help protect critical infrastructure including power, water and communication networks.

John Goodenough, 2019 Nobel Prize winner in 2019 for groundbreaking work on the development of lithium-ion batteries, has passed away at the age of 100.

Mining and energy workers have voted to split from the CFMMEU over differing stances on the renewable ...

Authorities are responding to a recent fatality at the North Rankin offshore oil and gas facility.

Former chief scientist Alan Finkel has resigned from his advisory role at Victoria's State Electricity Commission (SEC).

Splend, a provider of subscription vehicles for rideshare drivers, has secured $20 million in funding from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC).

Funding is coming together for a renewable hydrogen project in Victoria.

Researchers from the University of Adelaide have made significant progress in improving the efficiency of iridium-based catalysts for renewable energy.

Research from the US suggests financial risks from renewable energy transition are concentrated among the wealthy.

Australia has completed its first commercial vanadium-flow battery.

The federal government may soon add new materials to Australia’s ‘critical minerals’ list.

Some big players have weighed in on Australia’s energy transition progress, or lack thereof.

Federal funds are backing new green hydrogen technology that turns waste into energy.

Gas company Tamboran Resources has unveiled plans to construct a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Middle Arm near Darwin.

The Grattan Institute is urging Australian governments to phase out natural gas by 2050.

Councils can soon access a big new energy fund.

The former coal-fired power station in Hazelwood, Victoria, has successfully transitioned to battery power.

Macquarie is positioned as the frontrunner to acquire a stake of up to 50 per cent in EnergyAustralia, the third-largest electricity and gas supplier in Australia.

Work has started on one of Australia’s first regional green power zones.

Victoria says its clean energy transition is projected to generate 10,000 jobs annually.

The WA Government has exceeded its budget to keep a failing coal mine afloat.

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