After another year of chaos and anarchy in the energy sector it was inevitable that a question about energy in Chanticleer's annual CEO Survey would provide plenty of insights into the risks and opportunities from continuing policy paralysis.
2018 News articles relating to the energy and telecommunications industries
Moves by NSW and South Australia to build a direct $1.3 billion link to export their excess electricity to one another is a step closer after the state energy ministers signed a formal agreement yesterday to establish a framework for the project.
Emissions reductions in Australia’s electricity market are on track to meet the Paris target eight years ahead of schedule, in 2022, and the government has seized on new data to attack Labor’s plan for stronger intervention to curb carbon pollution.
Simec Zen Energy, controlled by billionaire Sanjeev Gupta, is considering an Australian sharemarket listing as it seeks capital to become a major renewables energy operator with a $US1 billion ($1.4bn) pipeline of projects.
East coast manufacturers are voicing frustration as domestic gas prices fail to follow international LNG prices lower, leaving them paying up to 25 per cent more for spot gas than equivalent export "netbacks" despite the dive in crude oil prices.
The relief from Victoria’s stunning election result this weekend was palpable. Not just to those in the renewable energy and energy storage industries, but to anyone interested and concerned about the clean energy transition, tackling climate change, and with an eye to Australia’s economic and environmental future.
Julie Bishop has urged the government to come to an agreement with Labor over the dumped National Energy Guarantee which was championed by Malcolm Turnbull.
German energy giant Sonnen has opened a home battery manufacturing facility at the former Holden factory in South Australia, days after Bill Shorten announced plans for a household battery scheme.