Australia Will Not Meet Paris Commitments Without Major Shift to Renewables

The initial assessment by the Australia Institute’s new Climate and Energy Program has determined that unless a higher burden is put on the more expensive process of carbon reductions in other industries, the electricity generation sector has to shoot for a renewable energy target of approximately 66 percent by 2030, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.

12th COAG Energy Council Meeting Discusses Competent Measures for Reliable and Secure Electricity

The 12th Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Energy Council meeting was held last Friday, July 14, in Brisbane. The main focus of the meeting is to provide Australians with definite, dependable, and inexpensive electricity while lessening emissions.