Friday 20th Apr, 2018
Loy Yang A. Creative Commons / Marcus Wong

Alinta heralds ‘new era of energy competition’

Privately-owned electricity and gas retailer Alinta Energy says it will engage in a “new era of competition” in the east…
Read More

Tony Abbott. Photo: Creative Commons / Nick-D

Abbott leads charge against of Turnbull’s ‘carbon tax’

Former PM Tony Abbott is among a selection of conservative Coalition MPs speaking out against Malcolm Turnbull’s proposal to let…
Read More

Adani protestors in Brisbane before the state election. Photo: Dan Macias

China backs off Adani

Indian energy giant Adani has suffered another blow, after a major Chinese bank ruled out funding its Carmichael mine, rail…
Read More

Nov-Dec issue banner

Your digital edition of the ABHR November/December Issue is here!

Australian Bulk Handling Review is pleased to release its latest instalment for online readers in a digital, true-to-life, format. The…
Read More

Photo: Annastacia Palaszczuk / Twitter

Queensland election the latest setback for Adani

Labor’s apparent victory in Queensland’s state election over the last weekend has been labelled a “death knell” for Indian energy…
Read More

Wind farm

Wind power for Adelaide Brighton cement plants

Building material producer Adelaide Brighton has cut out the middle man, engaging directly with renewable energy generator Infigen Energy to…
Read More

Hazelwood power station. Photo: Creative Commons / Simpsons fan 66

AEMO eases blackout concerns ahead of 17/18 summer

Almost 2,000 megawatts of additional resources to generate energy will be available during the peak demand months of the upcoming…
Read More

The Whyalla steelworks is one of two operating steelworks in the country. Photo: Hema Maps / Jim Wilson

$700m deal plan to power Whyalla Steelworks

New Whyalla steelworks owner Sanjeev Gupta has directed a $700 million project to establish a 1GW of renewable energy generation…
Read More