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This submission argued that the Commonwealth should support infrastructure works and a comprehensive infrastructure assessment of infrastructure on the Swan and Canning Rivers that is vulnerable due to climate change.
• The National Electricity Market was established in the context of a national productivity reform agenda aimed at delivering markets that are competitive where possible, and well -regulated where not.
• The NEM was established to introduce competition in the electricity sector and to...
This submission focuses on Australia’s international undertakings under the United Nation’s Framework on Climate Change and the implications for future targets.
The Climate Institutes' submission to the Climate Change Authority’s Special Review on Australia’s future emissions reductions targets.
This submission expresses several concerns with the Commonwealth Government's proposed Energy White Paper.
Introduction: The submission consists of three sections:A summary of our views; Our overarching concerns with the parameters of the Issues Paper, and Our responses to several of the...
The Climate Institute welcomed the opportunity to contribute to the Senate inquiry into the retirement of coal fired power stations.
The transition from ageing, high-carbon coal generation to clean energy is a central concern not just for the Australian electricity system....
South Australia’s business community is paying the price for a grid that is no longer fit for purpose.
The meeting of COAG’s Energy Council on 19 August must take action to start the transition from the current ‘Dumb Grid’ based on an increasingly outdated...
The development of hydrogen energy has been promoted as a lower-emissions alternative to Australian coal and gas exports. However, there is a significant risk that the promise of hydrogen as a low-carbon alternative, for domestic use and export, could backfire. The development of Australia’s hydrogen...
In this submission, the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC) has identified five key policy solutions which could support a transition to high performance buildings.