23 February 2017 The executive director of the International Energy Agency has called on Australia to become a world leader in CCS technology. Dr Fatih Birol is in Australia this week and met with the Minister for the Environment and Energy, Josh Frydenberg, in Canberra on Wednesday m..
In an interview on the ABC's Insiders program on Sunday 19 February 2017, Energy and Environment Minister, Josh Frydenberg, described CCS as "absolutely critical". Minister Frydenberg said that the government was focused on energy security and affordability, while accepting that we're moving to ..
With the reliability of the energy sector being questioned following recent blackouts in South Australia and high temperatures in New South Wales, CEO of CO2CRC, Tania Constable, has stated that power shortages demonstrate a need to explore alternative options, and not just renewables, to provide c..
The term "clean coal" has been high on the political agenda in the wake of widespread energy black-outs in South Australian recently. For opponents, clean coal is derided as oxy-moronic. But the Federal Government argues it's a legitimate way of maintaining energy security at times when intermit..
An independent report commissioned by government, industry and research organisations has laid down a comprehensive plan for carbon capture and storage (CCS) deployment in Australia. The report ‘A Roadmap for Carbon Capture and Storage’ was led by Professor Chris Greig of the University of Qu..
Government, industry and research organisations have collaborated on a landmark report to show the way forward for urgently required carbon capture and storage (CCS) deployment in Australia. According to CO2CRC CEO, Tania Constable, the report, ‘A Roadmap for Carbon Capture and Storage’, is c..
The ABC's Hack radio show on Triple J has produced a 'What you need to know - Renewables v Coal'. The article examines the Australian Power Generation Technology Report by CO2CRC and provides the facts and figures around three of the main arguments you hear in the debate on renewables v coal. ..
Monday 6 February 2017 CO2CRC welcomes the Prime Minister’s strong position on the need for secure, reliable, clean energy. CO2CRC’S Chief Executive, Ms Tania Constable said, “Australia must play to our strengths. We need an energy system that is clean, reliable and available 24/7 at a rea..
At an address to the Canberra Press Club, yesterday, Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, said that Australia should be able to achieve energy that is affordable, reliable and secure and that meets our global emissions reduction commitments. “Security, affordability and emissions reduction - that'..