The home of renewable news



The home of renewable news

The reality is that our planet is warming and the effects of climate change are already being felt.

There is no goal more important than moving towards net-zero emissions. It has long been acknowledged globally that renewable energy is the future. Yet, in Australia, dirty new gas and coal projects keep being planned and approved. This increases Australia’s carbon emissions and takes us backwards. The Australian Government continues to be in the pocket of the fossil fuel industry.

Australians are doing their part, constantly finding amazing ways to reduce emissions locally. Now we need the fossil fuel companies and the government to do theirs. Our news focuses on net-zero and what is taking us closer or further from this goal.


Why Are Hydrogen Fuel Cells Not Widely Used?

Tasmania will soon become the first Australian state to install hydrogen fuel pumps. These will allow a driver to fill up a car that runs on a hydrogen fuel cell. Hydrogen vehicles are touted as a clean energy transport option, as the fuel releases no carbon dioxide emissions. However, this government-funded trial in Tasmania is only a small step toward [...]

By |May 29, 2023|Hydrogen|

Renewable Gas in Australia: A Risk to Net Zero?

Renewable gas has a unique role to play in advancing net zero, and Australia is investing in its future. However, as this fuel has many limitations and dangers, its application must be considered carefully for meaningful action on climate. Is renewable gas cleaner than natural gas? Renewable gas is a fuel produced from organic matter, primarily agricultural and food waste [...]

By |May 15, 2023|Natural Gas, Renewables|

What Is Green Hydrogen Used For?

Green hydrogen is a form of renewable energy and an essential component of the clean energy transition. Unlike natural methane gas, when industries burn it or use it in a fuel cell, there are no direct greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The only by-product is water. Hydrogen is particularly useful for 'hard-to-decarbonise' sectors, like heavy industry, chemicals, shipping and aviation. This [...]

By |May 1, 2023|Renewables|

Why Renewable Gas is Not a Climate Solution

Renewable gas, also known as biomethane, is produced by the fermentation of organic matter, such as agriculture and food waste. It can be burnt for energy, much like natural gas, and can be a lower carbon option than this fossil fuel alternative.  However, just because a fuel is 'renewable', it does not mean that it is clean or emission-free. Renewable gas is [...]

By |April 13, 2023|Natural Gas, Renewables|

Natural Gas Prices in Australia: What Factors Affect Them? (Video)

This video delves into the natural gas price in Australia and what factors affect it. Using a bunsen burner in science experiments has been a key part of the national curriculum in Australia for generations. However, that is now changing. New schools in Victoria will have their gas heating connections switched off, and students will use electric hot plates for [...]

By |March 29, 2023|Natural Gas Prices|
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