Many people believe Australia’s shift to electric vehicles is stuck in the slow lane – another strollout, rather than a rollout. But while federal policies are still lacklustre, most Australians themselves are ready for the shift, according to our recent research.
As global leaders gather in Glasgow for the upcoming United Nation’s Climate Change Conference (COP26), Colorado is turning ‘green’ thanks to the massive solar-powered steel mill, a clear indication that even the fossil fuel reliant industries can become eco-friendly, if stakeholders can come together and make efforts to effect the change we all want to see.
Hydrogen has been touted as the fuel of the future, and the technology features prominently in the Morrison government’s plan to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
More than 40 countries have signed an agreement at COP26, the latest UN climate change summit in Glasgow, to phase out coal in electricity generation. The signatories include some of the world’s biggest coal burners: Canada, Poland, Vietnam, South Korea, Ukraine and Indonesia.