Climate Change and Energy Minister Chris Bowen and Treasurer Jim Chalmers will visit New Zealand this week to strengthen trans-Tasman collaboration and economic cooperation in the transformation to net zero, cleaner cheaper energy and action on climate ch
The Albanese and Palaszczuk Governments have partnered with consortium partners to deliver a $117 million investment – the largest investment in renewable hydrogen project of its kind in the nation’s history.
Today’s release of the final 2023 Default Market Offer (DMO) for electricity confirms the Albanese Government’s actions to cap coal and gas prices has limited the worst of last years’ forecast electricity price spikes.
Territorians will be able to harness the benefits of solar energy, with Albanese Government investing $35 million to support a big battery in Darwin, microgrids in remote First Nations communities and solar banks across the Northern Territory.
The Albanese Government is taking action to ensure Australia is positioned to become a renewable energy superpower, with the 2023-23 Budget funding critical investments to save Australians on their energy bills and invest in nation-building new industries
The Albanese Government’s second Budget is ensuring Australia can reach its potential as a renewable energy superpower, with $2 billion for a new Hydrogen Headstart program to scale up development of Australia’s renewable hydrogen industry.
The Albanese Government will legislate a national Net Zero Authority to ensure the workers, industries and communities that have powered Australia for generations can seize the opportunities of Australia’s net zero transformation.