After the fanfare of the opening statements and commitments, the second week at Glasgow meant bridging divides to reach a consensus deal in extra time as the Paris 2015 ambitions start to take flight.

An insight into what the road to carbon neutrality really looks like

While the world’s press and pundits assess the ongoing talks in Glasgow, we look at what’s happened so far and what to expect during this crucial time for climate action.

NAB’s second Renewables Survey shows the transition to renewable energy by Australian businesses remains slow but there’s a growing recognition of the social and reputational benefits.

Hydrogen holds great promise in decarbonising hard-to-abate sectors in the transition to a low carbon economy, as Australia’s trading partners ramp up their commitments to net zero.

The offshore wind industry is booming, with 22GW of installed capacity worldwide and the first project planned for Australia.

Now is an optimal time for Asian investors and contractors to explore Australia’s thriving infrastructure sector.

Global renewable energy owner, operator and developer, Pacific Hydro partnered with NAB to realise its renewable energy vision.

In a new CSIRO report, Australian energy productivity and low emission technologies offer affordable, reliable energy and create new opportunities and sources of comparative advantage if three key levers are implemented.

Where do Australian businesses stand on renewable energy usage?

Australia’s energy landscape is undergoing a significant transformation which includes the increased penetration of renewable energy technologies.

Pioneered by City of Melbourne, participants of the Melbourne Renewable Energy Project combined their renewable energy demand to support a new renewable energy development.

Using blockchain to boost green investment: How to create trust, transparency and liquidity for green infrastructure opportunities.

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