Indonesia President Widodo and Tesla CEO Elon Musk meet in Texas. Image courtesy of Indonesian Presidential Press Office.

Can Tesla Save Indonesia’s EV Ambitions?

According to multiple sources, Tesla’s Elon Musk is negotiating the setting up of production in Indonesia. Indonesia has massive nickel and some cobalt reserves, excess vehicle building capacity, and a great need to move forward in the rEVolution. It is the second largest vehicle producer in ASEA (behind Thailand), and … [continued]

Finance Pivots to Green Hydrogen

Green hydrogen production is accelerating, and according to IEEFA is approaching light speed. “Australia is clearly showing the world’s electricity market the future. On sunny days — 10am to 3.30pm daily — electricity prices are now negative. EVs, batteries and pumped hydro can absorb some of this negative cost electricity, … [continued]

The Australian Offshore Wind Possibility

As the year draws to a close and Australia’s renewable energy industry celebrates a surprisingly strong year — surprising, especially considering the general lack of support from the Federal Government — one could be forgiven for wondering why a literal “island nation” as big as Australia hasn’t turned its eyes offshore for its electricity generation.