Wind turbines.  Photo: James Prest
South Australia’s electricity price woes are more due to gas than wind

South Australia’s electricity price woes are more due to gas than wind

South Australia's electricity price spikes during this month's calm weather have been blamed on its reliance on wind turbines.

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How Facebook is shaping the debate on coal seam gas
How social media is shaping the debate on coal seam gas

How social media is shaping the debate on coal seam gas

Coal seam gas (CSG) has had a polarising effect in many communities in Australia and around the world.

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Tackling Australian policy's trauma zone
Tackling Australian policy’s ‘trauma zone’

Tackling Australian policy’s ‘trauma zone’

It’s been a case of one step forward, two steps back, for Australia’s climate policy in recent times.

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Powering political consensus ANU energy Change Institute
Powering political consensus

Powering political consensus

A bright energy future in Australia depends on greater policy agreement between all political parties, writes

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Solar Energy R&D and Materials by Design

Solar Energy R&D and Materials by Design

Meeting our future global energy needs in an environmentally responsible way is one of the greatest challenges of the twenty first century.

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How Australia can eliminate coal-fired electricity by 2030

How Australia can eliminate coal-fired electricity by 2030

This article by Professor Andrew Blakers was originally published in the Canberra

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Electric car charging station
Why Canberra should become the electric vehicle capital of Australia

Why Canberra should become the electric vehicle capital of Australia

Make no mistake, Australia is in the grips of a long love affair with cars.

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Professor Andrew Blakers, Solar PV research cluster, Energy change Institute
Don’t wipe out solar research in Australia, urge top scientists

Don’t wipe out solar research in Australia, urge top scientists

Scientists have called on both major political parties not to ‘unintentionally kill’ solar cell research in Australia by cutting off grant funding from the A

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