Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has called on Steven Marshall to announce a serious energy policy that can be subject to public scrutiny, given he has now been Liberal Leader for 1448 days.
Around $3.5 million in grants have been awarded to 26 mineral exploration projects, predominantly in frontier areas in South Australia’s north, across a wide range of commodities.
The 2016-17 Mid Year Budget Review provides $31 million over two years to help large South Australian businesses manage their electricity costs.
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has today warned of future power supply shortfalls unless gas production is increased and supplied to electricity generators.
Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has said the report released by AEMO late yesterday proves the load-shedding of 90,000 South Australian customers last Wednesday should never have occurred.
AEMO today released an update to its report into the September blackout in South Australia, providing further information on the cause of the system faults that triggered the blackout.
AGL today announced standing offer electricity prices in South Australia will increase 18 per cent next financial year, while they will increase 16.1 per cent in NSW.
Energy company AGL will build a virtual power plant in Metropolitan Adelaide using intelligent solar batteries installed on 1,000 homes, in what is expected to be the largest project of its kind in the world.
Applications are now open to recognise the outstanding contribution resource companies make to communities across South Australia.
A report released today by the Bureau of Meteorology has found that a supercell thunderstorm and tornadoes with wind gusts of up to 260km/h destroyed major transmission lines in the state’s north, triggering the September 28 blackout.
The COAG Energy Council will today meet in Melbourne to discuss reforming the National Electricity Market to provide an affordable, secure and clean energy future for Australia.
AGL has confirmed in a letter to Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis that the company will pass on the full savings in gas network costs announced yesterday to South Australian consumers.
Consultation on a comprehensive review of South Australia’s mining laws will be streamlined with a single closing date for submissions on all three discussion papers.
Significant progress towards the reform and modernisation of the National Electricity Market was made today at a COAG Energy Council in Melbourne.
Drilling companies are being invited to take part in a $3 million program to unearth the mineral resources potential of the State’s far west as part of South Australia’s Copper Strategy.
Legislation to give the State Government power to direct energy generators to turn on when required is expected to pass through parliament, after the Opposition indicated it would not oppose the measures.
The State Government has announced measures to increase energy market competition, drive down costs for businesses and consumers and reduce carbon emissions.
Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has today asked the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA) to investigate whether further compensation should be made available to households in the future following this week’s storms.
Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has asked the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA) to investigate how electricity companies can improve power reliability on the EyrePeninsula.
State Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has labelled Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s ‘clean coal’ announcement a ‘fairy tale’ idea with no basis in reality.
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