• Building energy self-reliance

    Open Forum     |      November 12, 2021

    Net zero carbon emissions are within reach for Australian cities if more solar panels are integrated with new buildings and existing structures, according to new modelling.

  • Powering the metaverse

    Karly Winkler     |      November 11, 2021

    Australia could become the renewable energy bank for the Asia-Pacific region, powering the fourth industrial revolution and a new wave of technology and virtual solutions.

  • All the answers on renewable energy

    Neil Martin     |      September 11, 2021

    Everything you ever wanted to know about the way we will ultimately derive all our power from renewable sources, and how quickly it will be achieved.

  • Against the odds

    Fran Baum     |      February 26, 2021

    South Australia is a renewable energy powerhouse. How on Earth did they do it?

  • Super-charged: how Australia’s biggest renewables project will change the energy game

    Elizabeth Thurbon     |      October 30, 2020

    Many Asian nations are shunning fossil fuels, presenting a huge opportunity for Australia’s renewables sector. And one massive project has stepped up to the plate.

  • A roadmap for renewables

    Open Forum     |      September 28, 2020

    Despite the Federal government’s fondness for gas, renewables can still play an important role in Australia’s energy plans for the future.

  • Renewable energy and Australian security

    Xavier Wilks     |      December 16, 2019

    The relationship between energy policy and national security has been overlooked in discussions of Australian renewable energy policy. 

  • Solar PV and wind could replace coal, oil and gas in 20 years

    Matt Stocks     |      April 7, 2018

    Deep cuts must be made in the use of fossil fuels to ease the threat of climate change, and renewable energy is on track to make a significant contribution in the future.

  • Is massive transmission investment required to support a renewable grid?

    Peter Farley     |      March 24, 2018

    Victorian engineer Peter Farley argues that distributed renewable power production and local storage will reduce the need for expensive long distance transmission infrastructure to meet Australia’s long term energy needs.