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Australia’s commitment to the Paris Agreement means cutting carbon emissions to near zero over the next 30 years. This must be done at the lowest cost, while ensuring energy supplies remain reliable. This policy paper argues that Australia needs new foundations to underpin its energy...
The annual Climate of the nation benchmark report has tracked Australian attitudes on climate change for over a decade. This report shows concern about climate change impacts has returned to record highs, large numbers of Australians are experiencing the impacts of climate change right now,...
Today, about 840 million people lack access to electricity. To effectively expand energy access, government planners need to understand and have access to data and analytical tools that capture key attributes of the unserved and under-served populations they are trying to reach.
The structure of this report is based on the CRCLCL RP3033 project activities which included:Performance modelling to ascertain the operational energy and carbon emission profiles for the different dwelling typologies at WGV. Life Cycle Analysis of a selection of dwellings in the precinct...
This plan for the future of public transport in metropolitan Melbourne sets out staged priorities for phased implementation of its proposals to 2050, to balance ambitious and conservative initiatives with realistic funding capacity.
This presentation demonstrates that elections are increasingly about big transport infrastructure ‘announceables.’ But these election promises are usually driven by politics more than evidence. They don’t show much influence from the advice of independent expert bodies, and are often made well before business cases have...
This edition contains data to 2017–18 for Australian energy consumption, production and trade, and calendar year 2018 for electricity generation.
This plan sets out the ACT government’s commitment to maintain and improve living infrastructure within urban Canberra. The plan's success will rely on the government, local business and the community taking collective action to care for and enhance our living infrastructure.
This report provides an overview of utility-scale stationary battery storage systems and their role in integrating a greater share of variable renewable energy in the system by providing the flexibility needed.
The Australian government has released this final report of the Independent Review of the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act 2012 (GEMS Act). The review is a statutory requirement to ensure the GEMS Act remains appropriate and effective in reducing Australia’s energy consumption and greenhouse...