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Tristan Edis

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6 Feb 2012
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This report sets out the findings of the technology assessments and reviews the implications for government policy in terms of developing and deploying low emissions electricity technology.

An accompanying publication: No easy choices: which way to Australia's energy future – Technology Analysis, available on...

Report

15 Dec 2010
152

Technology innovation is the key to reducing carbon emissions cheaply, according to this report based on the experience of six pollution pricing schemes in Australia and overseas.

In each case, costs to reduce pollution, and actual prices, were much lower than governments and their...

Commentary

23 Sep 2010
276

Carbon pricing will mean real changes to parts of the Australian economy, write John Daley and Tristan Edis in Inside Story, but its impact on most industries will be small.

Video

10 May 2010
75

The Grattan Institute released its public report "Restructuring the Australian Economy to Emit Less Carbon" on Thursday 22 April 2010. Using a detailed analysis of Australian industries' own data, the report concludes the proposed free permits being offered by the Federal Government under...

Report

22 Apr 2010
323

The Australian debate on carbon pricing has been dominated by concerns that Australia might lose industry and jobs offshore if it has a carbon price when competitor countries do not. If Australian production moves to countries with higher emissions, this would defeat the purpose of...

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