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The NSW power play: Eraring explained

The country’s biggest coal-fired Power Station, Eraring, was meant to close in 2025. Instead, the NSW Government has extended operations after warnings the state’s grid could face blackouts and power shortages. What does the decision tell us about the current energy market, and its preparedness to transition to renewables? We answer your questions in the deep dive.

UK wind energy
Environment World

The UK has set a new renewable energy record

New data has shown wind was the highest-used energy source in the first three months of 2023 in the UK. Here’s the breakdown

Europe petrol and diesel car ban
Environment World

Europe will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035

Petrol and diesel cars will be banned in Europe by 2035. This will be to meet its climate targets, but there’s a clause for one fuel source.

IPCC climate change report says the world is not on track to limit climate change
Environment

We’re not on track to limit climate change: IPCC report

A major new IPCC climate change report warns the world is not on track to avoid dangerous and irreversible warming. How can we change course?

Chris Minns Interview with TDA
Politics

TDA’s chat with NSW Labor Leader Chris Minns

TDA interview with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese
Politics

TDA sits down with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese

There were record levels of renewable energy in the last 3 months of 2022
Environment News

There were record levels of renewable energy in the last 3 months of 2022

Australia’s latest quarterly report by the AEMO shows record-breaking levels of wind and solar generation and all-time lows for coal generation. Batteries played a key role in the increased use of renewables.

Climate: Australia Ranks Where!? The Governments Fighting Climate Change
Environment

Climate: Australia ranks where!? The governments fighting climate change

Climate: Why 120 World Leaders Gathered In Scotland At The Same Time
Environment

Climate: Why 120 world leaders gathered in Scotland at the same time

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