Latest energy News

ERF auction buys high volume of abatement at least cost
Fairfield City Lighting Way
Mines annual rescue competition tests emergency response skills
Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme amendments: have your say
Auction Results October 2021
WMWA takes action on BHP policy which invades employees’ privacy
Concreter’s penalty drives home compliance message – Thomas John Sharkey
Chris Meddows-Taylor — Carisbrook Mercury
Sydney trains achieves net zero emissions
New climate change hub to be trusted source of climate science and solutions
Council’s Annual Report now available
Exploration in WA continues to prosper
New Deputy Lord Mayor elected
Commission continues dialogue with energy and airports sectors on regulatory priorities
Efficient light with help of mathematics
Running shoe material inspired 3D-printed design to protect buildings from impact damage
Sub-clover pastures set up high spring performance
Western Downs Regional Artists’ exhibition winners named
Corporate emissions reduction transparency report to help business translate ambition into action
Offsetting up for failure: Northern Territory Climate Offsets Policy
Energy saving street lights for Boronia
New public toilets coming soon to Safety Beach
Unique ocean chemicals slip through net
VIVA fined for chemical spill
Breaking Down Barriers To Renewable Power
Solar powered summer
Governments must harness power of climate protests, not suppress them – UN expert
Stable solar cells from perovskite
TLAP agreement extended by 10 years
“Don’t struggle in silence” Attend Glenorchy Salvation Army financial event during Anti-Poverty Week
Keeping downward pressure on cost of living for Tasmanians 14 October
New twist on 2D materials may lead to improved electronic, optical devices
Major contract awarded to power NZ Battery investigation
Labor and Liberals vote to allow gas drilling at 12 Apostles
All Blacks are back for round two
Climate action can’t be all talk
Building surveyor fined over inadequate certification documents – Ronald William Sherar
NSW backs renewable hydrogen in new strategy
Tasmania is envy of world in renewable energy
Solar installer fined $500,000 for multiple unsafe worksites
Proven, emissions-reducing technology gaining global traction
Regional Citizen of Year highlights importance of recognising our outstanding community members
Missing detail essential in Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan says CTU
International report finds CCS is climate change ‘game changer’
New Works Depot office takes shape
Commitment to lifelong learning
Support payment to help industries impacted by COVID-19
Lakeside Festival hosts Australia’s weirdest and wackiest buskers for annual event