Doubts in continued funding to ARENA lead to a two projects being suspended in NSW and WA.
Solar-equipped households in three states are facing bill shock as solar feed-in tariffs are slashed. What is the tariff, and why has it fallen so low?
Household energy prices increase by 61 per cent between 2008 and 2014, despite home energy use dropping, ABS says.
The agency, which the government is still seeking to abolish, will fund up to 1,000 homes for low-income earners
Significant recent rainfall slows Hydro Tasmania dam drainage, while cable experts continue to search for the location of a fault in the Basslink.
The Tesla Powerwall attracts a cult-like following in Western Australia, where data shows Mandurah residents installed more solar panels than anywhere in the nation last year.
The Federal Government lifts a ban on wind farm investment first introduced by former prime minister Tony Abbott.
The Carnarvon Shire hopes two new battery storage systems to be installed in the coastal town will boost the area's renewable energy use and local economy.
Hydro Tasmania considers it a reasonable chance it will need to fire up the costly Tamar Valley power station to meet energy needs.
Record low rainfall forces Tasmania to buy almost 40 per cent of its electricity from Victorian coal-fired plants.
ACT residents with solar panels on their roofs are invited to be part of a study to track energy production across the day.
State Energy Minister Bryan Green says the early shift to an emissions trading scheme will at least halve Hydro's return to government.
Tasmania's Auditor-General raises concerns about Hydro Tasmania's finances saying job cuts and asset sales should be on the table.
Tasmania's state-owned hydro-electricity generator has posted its largest ever profit.
A SA environment group wants a court to reject a penalty tariff on households with solar power.
A community group in the Lithgow district says the old Wallerawang power station site could hold the key to reviving job opportunities.
As Australia becomes a leader in solar and battery power, our electricity bills will continue to skyrocket thanks to a massive over-investment in the network that we didn't ask for and will never need.
Backers of $650 million solar plant now looking at 2018-19 start date.
Bigger electricity bills could be coming and consumers are already very happy. It's driving them into the arms of another suitor: the solar battery. Jess Hill on the solar disruption
Despite a record US$320bn going into the sector worldwide, the former PM's hostility towards the renewable energy target paralysed growth in Australia