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Latest news: Energy

Trust in engineering: Polygon Energy’s award-winning solutions

Local business, Polygon Energy is founded and operated by certified engineers, and recently proved their ingenuity and excellence in earning the coveted National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) Small Business Project of the Year Award.

ACTCOSS: Inclusive energy transition or risk disadvantage

Transitioning the ACT from fossil fuels to electricity could be grim for low-income Canberrans, unless they are prioritised from the outset.

Have your say on ACT’s Integrated Energy Plan

Community consultation is open from today, 1 August to 12 September, on a strategy for transitioning the ACT to renewable energy by 2045.

AGL has ‘time tunnel’ to Australia’s energy transition

The energy transformation is playing out on a small island in South Australia's industrial heartland, where one of the biggest emitters is shaping the future.

Power bills to surge for thousands under new price cap

Power bills will surge by nearly 25 per cent for thousands of Australian households under a new ceiling electricity price set by the energy regulator.

The power budget: Australia on cusp of green economy

Hard-nosed billionaires like green energy champion Andrew Forrest, and his former venture partner Mike Cannon-Brookes, know that Australia's future prosperity will come from sunshine and electrons.

ANU: COVID worsened Indigenous energy insecurity

More than 10,000 remote Indigenous households that prepay for electricity were disconnected, even when ordered to stay at home and isolate.

Threat of energy price cap already working

The threat of big stick intervention in the energy market has been enough to drive down power prices by as much as 50 per cent, even before the government's price caps come into force.

Six-point energy plan to tackle bill shock

Calls are growing for federal and state governments to cap surging electricity and gas prices to protect Australians from further bill shock.