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  • What happened to the Coalition’s ‘big stick’ energy legislation?

    What happened to the Coalition’s ‘big stick’ energy legislation?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to the Chair of the Coalition’s backbench environment and energy committee Craig Kelly after Prime Minister Scott Morrison decides to take his ‘Big Stick’ legislation to the election, rather than trying to pass it through government. Ross Greenwood: Let’s take the federal parliament now and as I said there were some rather […]Read More »
  • Is renewable energy the issue or the solution?

    Is renewable energy the issue or the solution?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Energy Australia’s managing director Catherine Tanna who says Australia’s three main aims of future energy policy should be reliable, affordable, and a shift to a cleaner energy future Ross Greenwood: The Managing Director of one of Australia’s big energy providers EnergyAustralia has effectively come out and not only apologized for the power blackouts, […]Read More »
  • Can the energy grid cope with broken down generators and record heatwave?

    Can the energy grid cope with broken down generators and record heatwave?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Chief Executive of the Australian Energy Market Operator, Audrey Zilbelman, as Australia’s energy grid is put to the test Interview with: Audrey Zibelman, CEO, AEMO Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • What benefits Adani will bring to Townsville

    What benefits Adani will bring to Townsville

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Minister for Resources Matt Canavan who says Adani’s decision to self-finance the Carmichael Mine project will be a “huge game changer” for the people of Townsville. Introduction: What benefits Adani will bring to Townsville Ross Greenwood: Last night on the program, we were explaining to you very serious bushfires that had taken place in many […]Read More »
  • Will energy companies listen to the energy minister?

    Will energy companies listen to the energy minister?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to federal Energy Minister Angus Taylor as he puts energy giants “on notice” to lower energy prices  Introduction: Will energy companies listen to the energy minister? Ross Greenwood: Today, all the bosses of the big energy companies were trodded to Canberra to basically go before Australia’s minister for energy Angus Taylor, who has told […]Read More »

List of FAQ “Energy” questions with links to articles. Listen Read Watch to Ross Greenwood interviews with industry experts.

Are coal-fired power stations uneconomical? Rob HendersonTitled: Are coal-fired power stations uneconomical? Rob Henderson
Can two billionaires solve the energy crisis?Titled: Can two billionaires solve the energy crisis?
Does the Treasurer have a plan to lower your energy bills?Interview with Scott Morrison, Treasurer
Gas shortage? Josh FrydenbergInterview with Josh Frydenberg, Energy and Environment Minister
Has the Government introduced an emissions trading scheme?Interview with Andrew Dillon, CEO, Energy Networks Australia
How can energy prices increase by 150 percent?Interview with Dennis Skinner, CEO, Cabramatta Leagues Club
How can we do it sensibly, while ensuring that they maintain their reliabilityInterview with Peter Coleman, CEO Woodside
How do they try and reconcile that against the profit that AGL makesInterview with Andy Vesey, Chief Executive of AGL Energy
How do we become an exporter when we can’t even supply to our own peopleInterview with Den Tucker, Managing Director of DM Plastics and Steel
How do we get the most out of themInterview with Peter Coleman, CEO Woodside
How much do you want to spendInterview with Peter Coleman, CEO Woodside
How much energy they use Interview with Andy Vesey, Chief Executive of AGL Energy
How much exploration is actually going onInterview with Graeme Bethune, CEO, EnergyQuest
How much greenhouse gases we can emitInterview with Mark Collette, Executive of Energy at EnergyAustralia
How much of a gas shortfall is there?Interview with Dr. Malcolm Roberts, CEO, Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Ass
How much you spent on energyInterview with Mike Kane, CEO, Boral
How to give an outside view on this projectInterview with Jenny Hill, Mayor of Townsville
Is Snowy Hydro 2.0 viable?Interview with Danny Price, Frontier Economics
What are your bills thenInterview with Den Tucker, Managing Director of DM Plastics and Steel
What can be the highest priceInterview with Paul Geason, Managing Director, Momentum Energy
What do I say to Terrance in this situationInterview with Paul Geason, Managing Director, Momentum Energy
What do the politicians say when you say, “Listen,Interview with Den Tucker, Managing Director of DM Plastics and Steel
What do you mean? Is it the power stations haven’t been built Interview with Mark Collette, Executive of Energy at EnergyAustralia
What gives the right to those with market power to profit?Interview with Rod Sims, Chairman, ACCC
What happens is the residual wasteInterview with Ian Malouf,CEO of Dial a Dump
What happens with consumersInterview with Mike Kane, CEO, Boral
What is an essential need in livingInterview with Jack de Groot, St. Vincent de Paul
What is being promoted by legislation by the government and by the EPAInterview with Ian Malouf,CEO of Dial a Dump
What is expected to happen to the population of AustraliaInterview with Mike Kane, CEO, Boral
What is it? Is it the outlook statement?Interview with Paul O’Malley, CEO BlueScope Steel
Where do you put that place the blame, for thInterview with Paul O’Malley, CEO BlueScope Steel
Where does most of that profit increase come fromInterview with Andy Vesey, Chief Executive of AGL Energy
Where does the blame lieInterview with Mike Kane, CEO, Boral
Who can join the W.A. Gold Fever?Interview with George Sakalidis, Magnetic Resources Management, Managing Director
Who can’t pay. They give them a handout, a voucher, $50Interview with Jack de Groot, St. Vincent de Paul
Who has helped to build EnergyAustraliaInterview with Mark Collette, Executive of Energy at EnergyAustralia
Why are we doing that? Why have we had power stations shut Interview with Mark Collette, Executive of Energy at EnergyAustralia
Why did coal-fired power stations close in South AustraliaInterview with Matthew Warren, CEO, Australian Energy Council
Why did coal-fired power stations close in South Australia?Titled: Why did coal-fired power stations close in South Australia?
Why do we have a gas shortage?Interview with Graeme Bethune, CEO, EnergyQuest
Will Liddell closure put our power at risk?Interview with Matthew Warren, CEO, Australian Energy Council
Will the new energy plan work?Interview with Matthew Warren, CEO, Australian Energy Council
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