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1. 21 May 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ENERGY
The Renewable Energy Agency announced $240,000 in funding for UTS to undertake a feasibility study on 'solar gardens'. [Full text]
2. 10 May 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ENERGY
Treasurer Tim Pallas said the Victorian Government has asked the Essential Services Commission to investigate practices of electricity distribution businesses connecting electricity to Victoria's new property developments. [Full text]
3. 10 May 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ENERGY
Minister Mick Gentleman announced consultation is open on Draft Variation 356 to make provision of gas utility services to Stage 1 of Ginninderry Estate optional rather than mandatory. [Full text]
4. 30 April 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / PLANNING / ENERGY
Treasurer Nicole Manison announced a long-term program to recommence undergrounding power in Darwin. [Full text]
5. 26 April 18ENVIRONMENT / ENERGY
The GBCA said it supports proposals by the Building Codes Board to lift the energy efficiency standard of buildings. [Full text]
6. 12 April 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ENERGY
ASBEC said draft changes to Australia's Building Code will improve energy efficiency standards in commercial buildings. [Full text]
7. 5 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ENERGY / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Roberts said the NSW Government has approved the Liverpool Range Wind Farm which will generate almost one gigawatt of power, enough to power nearly 500,000 homes. [Full text]
8. 29 March 18ENERGY
The International Energy Agency issued 'Energy Policies of IEA Countries - Australia 2018 Review'. [Full text]
9. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
The Greens said the paper flagged a reduction in the benchmark price paid for households generating solar electricity from 11 to 8 cents per kilowatt hour. [Full text]
10. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
IPART released an issues paper on solar feed-in tariffs for NSW. [Full text]
11. 15 March 18QUEENSLAND / EDUCATION / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced $97 million for solar PV and energy efficiency measures for 800 Queensland schools. [Full text]
12. 15 March 18QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / ENERGY
The Queensland Government released draft solar farm planning guidelines. [Full text]
13. 15 March 18ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
The Property Council said the guarantee would be a powerful tool for accelerating energy efficiency gains across different industries, but especially in the built environment. [Full text]
14. 15 March 18ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
Shadow Minister Mark Butler announced an investment guarantee aimed at boosting business investment in energy saving projects. [Full text]
15. 12 March 18ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
Minister Josh Frydenberg said that Australia has cemented itself as a world leader in the use of rooftop solar with yet another record for installed capacity. [Full text]
16. 5 March 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / ENERGY
Premier Daniel Andrews announced that Victoria will receive more than $2 billion from the Commonwealth as part of the Snowy Hydro agreement. [Full text]
17. 5 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / ENERGY / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Civil Contractors Federation said the deal will put $4.1 billion into NSW regional infrastructure construction. [Full text]
18. 5 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / ENERGY / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said that regional NSW will benefit both from the Snowy 2.0 scheme and the entirety of the proceeds. [Full text]
19. 5 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / ENERGY / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The PM announced a deal for the Federal Government to take full ownership of Snowy Hydro Limited. [Full text]
20. 19 February 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
ACT Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability, Shane Rattenbury, said the National Energy Guarantee will not allow progressive jurisdictions to continue getting on with the job of delivering clean, affordable and reliable energy. [Full text]
21. 19 February 18ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
Minister Josh Frydenberg welcomed the paper. [Full text]
22. 19 February 18ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
The COAG Energy Council issued a consultation paper on the design of the National Energy Guarantee. [Full text]
23. 15 February 18TASMANIA / ENERGY
The Australia Institute issued 'People power: How Tasmania can fast-track community energy'. [Full text]
24. 12 February 18ENERGY
A consensus report has been tabled for the inquiry into modernising Australia's electricity grid. [Full text]
25. 5 February 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / SUSTAINABILITY / ENERGY
Minister Yvette Berry announced a pilot of gas-free housing for 350 homes in the new Ginninderry development in the ACT. [Full text]
26. 5 February 18ENERGY
The Grattan Institute issued 'Designing a more reliable National Electricity Market'. [Full text]
27. 25 January 18ENERGY
The Clean Energy Council said the figures show the effectiveness of long-term and stable policy to attract major investors. [Full text]
28. 25 January 18ENERGY
Minister Josh Frydenberg welcomed the announcement. [Full text]
29. 25 January 18ENERGY
The Clean Energy Regulator said investment in Australia will meet the 2020 Renewable Energy Target due to a record level of investment in renewable energy in 2017. [Full text]
30. 15 January 18VICTORIA / ENERGY
Minister Pallas launched the first Victorian Gas Program Progress Report. [Full text]
31. 15 January 18ENERGY
Shadow Minister Mark Butler said that large industrial gas users are still unable to secure affordable gas supply contracts. [Full text]
32. 11 January 18QUEENSLAND / ENERGY
Minister Dr Anthony Lynham discussed the Queensland Government's strategy to ensure electricity supply and help reduce wholesale prices. [Full text]
33. 11 January 18ENERGY / ECONOMICS
Minister Matt Canavan said that report showed the value of the resources sector to the economy. [Full text]
34. 11 January 18ENERGY / ECONOMICS
DIIS issued 'December 2017 Resources and Energy Quarterly and Major Projects'. [Full text]
35. 11 January 18FINANCE / ENERGY
DEE invited submissions to a review of the operation of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation Act. [Full text]
36. 11 January 18FINANCE / ENERGY / TRANSPORT
Treasurer Morrison said the Government has acted to reduce energy bills and petrol prices. [Full text]
37. 21 December 17VICTORIA / ENERGY
Minister Lily D'Ambrosio announced free energy upgrades to 1,000 low income households in Victoria through the Healthy Homes program. [Full text]
38. 21 December 17ENERGY
The COAG Energy Council issued 'National Energy Productivity Plan Annual Report 2017'. [Full text]
39. 21 December 17ENERGY
The Energy Council said the report predicts power bills should start to ease in the eastern states from the second half of 2018. [Full text]
40. 21 December 17ENERGY
The Energy Market Commission issued '2017 Residential Electricity Price Trends'. [Full text]
41. 14 December 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / ENERGY / ECONOMICS
Minister Zoe Bettison said that the State Government is considering the measures as part of its plan to relieve cost of living pressures on struggling families. [Full text]
42. 14 December 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / ENERGY / ECONOMICS
The SA Council of Social Service released 'Utilities Cost of Living Election Policy'. [Full text]
43. 11 December 17SUSTAINABILITY / ENERGY
The New Zealand Green Building Council launched a Green Star Performance tool. [Full text]
44. 11 December 17SUSTAINABILITY / ENERGY
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation announced a $200 million debt facility to boost energy efficiency in shopping centres, its largest property investment commitment to date. [Full text]
45. 11 December 17SUSTAINABILITY / ENERGY
Mirvac announced a 'House with No Bills' sustainable demonstration home, to launch in Melbourne in 2018. [Full text]
46. 11 December 17SUSTAINABILITY / ENERGY
The Green Building Council announced that the Lendlease Australian Prime Property Fund Commercial has become the first Australian fund to be awarded a 6 Star Green Star - Performance rating. [Full text]
47. 11 December 17SUSTAINABILITY / ENERGY
The Green Building Council launched the Living Green Star website, focused on the benefits of sustainable homes and the choices available. [Full text]
48. 4 December 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
SA Premier Jay Weatherill launched a windfarm integrated with the world's largest lithium ion battery. [Full text]
49. 4 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
The Nature Conservation Council issued 'Repowering our Regions: A clean-energy road map for NSW'. [Full text]
50. 30 November 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / ENERGY
The Ai Group outlined eight priorities for the incoming Queensland Government. [Full text]