New analysis throws doubt on the ability of a Victorian project using brown coal to make hydrogen.

The outgoing head of Australia’s offshore oil and gas regulator has been accused of being “too close” to industry.

Federal authorities are warning of fire risks in solar energy storage batteries.

British researchers have used algae to power a computer processor.

Five of Australia’s biggest energy and gas companies have paid no income tax for at least the past seven years.

A billionaire’s investment firm has laid out a series of strong suggestions for AGL Energy.

The Great Barrier Reef last year saw its hottest December on record since 1900.

UNSW researchers have worked out how to harvest energy from light at night.

CSIRO is starting work on medicinal psychedelics.

Analysis of more than one million satellite images suggest 4,000 square kilometres of tidal wetlands have been lost globally over 20 years.

The PM’s office has blocked requests for text messages that Barnaby Joyce claims constituted his work as drought envoy.

Researchers have come up with a better way to remove mercury from the environment.

Researchers have obtained the first image of the black hole at the centre of our galaxy.

A dormant NSW coal mine could soon restart operations.

A major wine grower says Murray Darling Basin water market reforms should recognise the most beneficial commodities.

The AEC says some political signage has breached the Electoral Act.

The EU is imposing tougher cyber security rules for energy facilities and other key sectors.

The Northern Territory government is ditching its premium solar panel tariff scheme.

New tsunami sensors could warn of looming threats before seismic waves even arrive.

German research suggests the seasonal flu might be a direct descendant of the 1918 ‘Spanish flu’.

New stats suggest one in 150 Australians have retinal scars caused by the Toxoplasma parasite.

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