Demerged AGL arms ‘too small to fund growth’

Source: The Australian Financial Review | July 2, 2021

2nd July 2021 The two arms of AGL Energy to emerge from its break-up will lack the financial capacity to fund growth, analysts say, as the company’s shares continued their …
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Regulator puts power, gas suppliers on notice

Source: The Australian Financial Review | June 23, 2021

23rd June 2021 The Australian Energy Regulator has put both traditional electricity and gas suppliers and renewables generators on notice that they are risking heavy penalties for actions that risk …
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Energy warning amid Yallourn emergency

Source: Australian Financial Review | June 18, 2021

18th June 2021 More than 7000 homes are still without power a week after server storms swept through Victoria causing flooding in the Latrobe Valley. The Victorian government has declared …
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Two massive offshore wind farms proposed for Bass Strait

Source: Renew Economy | June 11, 2021

11th June 2021 Two new massive offshore wind farms have been proposed for either side of Bass Strait. Brookvale Energy is looking at an offshore wind project in Tasmanian waters …
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Gridlock on the grid stalls the transition to renewables

Source: The Age | June 9, 2021

9th June 2021 An outdated coal-based electrical grid is stifling the delivery of clean power from wind farms to Victorian homes and businesses, jeopardising the state’s transition to renewable energy. …
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