SYDNEY, Feb 19, 2019 - “The climate has changed. When will the Liberal Party?” is the blunt message that NSW voters have sent to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, in a full-page ad in the Sydney Morning Herald.
SYDNEY, Feb 18, 2019 - Labor’s aim to build 9GW of clean energy by 2030 is a crucial step to replacing NSW’s ageing and unreliable coal fleet. But it is critical that projects roll out within the next term of government if New South Wales is to seize the opportunities created by renewable energy, that are currently flowing to other states.
SYDNEY, Feb 9, 2019 - NSW Labor’s plan to provide 500,000 households with $2,200 to install solar panels, will help ease the pressure on New South Wales’ ageing and unreliable coal-fired generators, while also lowering pollution and power prices.
SYDNEY, Feb 8, 2019 - Solar is leading Australia’s clean energy boom, but the rapid rollout of renewable projects will trickle to a halt if the Coalition and Labor Party fail to come up with a framework to keep that momentum going.
SYDNEY, Feb 8, 2019 - Supporters of clean energy last night gathered outside a New South Wales Labor fundraiser at NSW Parliament House, urging the party’s leaders to address the climate crisis by replacing the state’s ageing, increasingly unreliable coal fleet with clean and reliable renewable energy.
SYDNEY, Feb 6, 2019 - New South Wales’ ageing, unreliable energy infrastructure is pushing up power prices and harming local communities by polluting the air they breath - and yet NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has no plans to replace coal with clean energy, even as Scott Morrison’s government actively pushes to subsidise building dirty coal stations.
SYDNEY, Jan 30, 2019 - Climate action groups are calling on the major parties in NSW to prioritise clean energy by adding 4000MW of renewables to the state’s capacity during the next term of government, and helping families install rooftop solar.
SYDNEY, Jan 25, 2018 - Thousand of Victorians are without power after three units at the state’s coal-fired power plants went offline, pulling around a thousand megawatts out of the electricity grid as demand surged. 
SYDNEY, Jan 22, 2018 - Greenpeace Australia Pacific welcomes the Labor Party’s announcement to spend $1 billion making Australia a renewable hydrogen exporter - a key step to making the nation a renewable superpower.