Energy Talking Points | 20/12/2018

In today’s talking points, New energy vehicles are the way to go, New Energy Vehicles Charge Through the Battery Barrier in China, and Australian Network Sector Criticises Government’s Cut of Allow Rate of Return.   New Energy Vehicles are The Way To Go The Deputy Director of the Hong Kong Environment Bureau said on Wednesday that fossil fuel-powered …

Energy Talking Points | 12 December 2018

  In today’s points, China already on the path of green, low-carbon development, Chinese renewable energy giant backs Australia’s first wind technology test lab, Australian Government Aims to assist the development of lithium battery manufacturers, Australian Clean Energy Built $20 Billion Dollars Infrastructure in 2018.   China already on the path of green, low-carbon development: climate official The China …

Energy Talking Points | 28/11/18

s | In today’s talking points, Australia set to benefit from leadership in battery industry Australia set to benefit from leadership in battery industry Australia and China will become the global leaders in the booming 850 billion AUS-Dollar battery industry, according to a recent report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). Released in early November, the …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 12/10/18

In today’s talking points Australia defies climate warning to back coal, top iron ore export warns China is at ‘Peak Steel’, China’s funding for coal draws scrutiny as climate concern grows and seeking clear air, Chinese villagers are cooking with (Australian) gas.   Australia Defies Climate Warning to Back Coal BBC has reported that at …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 12/09/18

In today’s talking points Renewables to fuel future of Sino-Africa energy ties, Queensland could reap $24bn renewables boom if it phases out coal generators, Australian coal exports hit record high and China signs a record deal to buy LNG from Qatar.   Renewables to fuel future of Sino-Africa energy ties Africa’s energy demands are rising due …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 28/08/18

In today’s talking points the State government announces massive suburban rail loop for Melbourne, Russian-Chinese Energy Business Forum to be held in Beijing on November 29, Australian energy firm Santos to acquire Quadrant Energy for $2.15bn and China gets another shot at mideast energy after Total leaves Iran.   State Government Announces Massive Suburban Rail Loop …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 22/08/18

In today’s talking points Australian minister pushes for offshore development, South Australia reaffirms its love for Tesla’s big batteries, China’s massive spending on clean energy delivers reduction targets 12 years early and renewable energy could add hundreds of thousands of dollars to a commercial farm’s value.   Australian minister pushes for offshore development Untapped resources offshore could improve …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 14/08/18

  In today’s talking points Government tests interest in Sydney’s first mining licence since 1993, Turnbull beats Abbott over NEG, now Frydenberg has to win Victoria, Organic solar battery sets record for converting sunlight to energy in Chinese study, U.S. crude exports to China falling despite tariffs exception   Government tests interest in Sydney’s first mining licence …

Energy and Resources Talking Points | 03/08/2018

In today’s talking points: Japan’s hydrogen future may be fuelled by Australian renewables; Resources continue to drive Australian exports; New Minerals Council boss vows technology-neutral energy policy; Australian trade surplus swells as China sucks up resources Japan’s hydrogen future may be fuelled by Australian renewables The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has said renewable energy could drive …

Energy and Resources Talking Points | 26/07/18

In today’s talking points: South Australia on track to meet 75% renewables target Liberals promised to scrap; China factories with onsite power plants to pay fees, help fund broader energy price cuts; Beijing bids to extend its global clean energy lead; Relief in sight as data shows power bills might have peaked  South Australia on track to meet …