Homeowners with rooftop solar systems will be protected from neighbouring property developments excessively overshadowing their energy panels.
- by Adam Carey & Benjamin Preiss
Victoria is forging ahead with six new renewable energy plants while the federal government has scrapped policy to cut power prices and greenhouse emissions.
- by Benjamin Preiss
Ausgrid says 1500 customers are without power following the incident on Thursday afternoon.
- by Rachel Clun
The measure was understood to be worth about $54 for the average residential customer.
Changes to average household power prices are not what they seem.
- by Nigel Gladstone
A blackout in Sydney's inner west left more than 40,000 homes and businesses without power on Saturday afternoon
- by Justine Landis Hanley
Households will be promised a $165 cut to their electricity bills in a new political contest on energy, as Labor and the Coalition race to announce tough new measures on big retailers including penalties for price gouging.
- by David Crowe
A national deal to boost energy efficiency is at risk of failure just three years after it was unveiled, according to a new analysis that raises questions about the ability of federal and state governments to act on their pledges.
- by David Crowe
The company that created coal-fired power is urging Australia's government to be more ambitious when it comes to the NEG cutting energy emissions.
- by Cole Latimer & Peter Hannam
A super-seaweed promises to cut methane emissions from cows - but the challenges of such ventures are great. So should the electricity sector be doing more?
- by Nicole Hasham