Almost 100 per cent of Ta'u island's power needs now met by renewables after year-long project to tackle intermittency issues and cut energy costs
Almost 100 per cent of the power needs of a remote Pacific island in American Samoa are now being met by renewables after the installation of a solar farm and battery storage facility by clean tech firm...
Deadline for clean tech firms to submit an application to pitch at annual investor forum falls this Friday
Government's current green housing policies 'do not go far enough' to protect against climate change or cutting CO2, advisory body warns
Mining giant publishes wide-ranging climate policy update, as it steps up investment in 'energy transition materials'
Emma Howard Boyd concedes flood defences 'cannot prevent flooding everywhere, all of the time' and calls instead for more resilient infrastructure