energy policy

The clean energy transition must not forget low-income households

Energy and social policy must be integrated to ensure low-income households are not left behind in the clean energy transition, according to a joint call delivered by the Climate Institute, Brotherhood of St Laurence and Australian Council of Social Services.

Kate Ausburn Unsplash Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia

How South Australia turned the Feds’ energy policy on its head

The Australian energy landscape has undergone seismic changes in recent years, none more critical than the Federal Coalition’s October 17 party room consensus to dismiss a Clean Energy target and instead adopt the euphemistically titled National Energy Guarantee (NEG).