The rapid growth of the solar industry, the number of players entering and exiting the industry, government financial incentives, the complexity of the technology being sold along with regulatory gaps are creating an environment in which consumer harm can thrive.
A key goal of this roadmap is to ensure Australia remains at the forefront of the global low emissions technological innovation.
This issue focusses on examining whether changes in either electricity or gas consumption resulting from the pandemic response and economic slow-down are as yet apparent. It also includes a new graph, showing the emissions embodied in LNG exported from Queensland.
This report argues that there is clear evidence of the popularity of a renewable-powered manufacturing policy agenda with the Australian public. This support will have become even stronger due to heightened awareness of the vulnerability of global supply chains for essential manufactures, exposed by the...
Australia has an historic opportunity to create a multi-billion-dollar, export-focused manufacturing sector based on globally competitive renewable energy. This report outlines a practical plan that could be a win-win-win: it would create a new export industry, support carbon workers, and cut emissions.
The clean energy industry has been one of Australia’s extraordinary success stories over the past decade and stands ready to lead the economic recovery from COVID-19. In this publication, the Clean Energy Council outlines a path forward requiring smart regulatory reform.
This March 2020 issue of the NEEA report contains data updated to the end of February 2019. The data presented covers electricity demand, electricity supply, and electricity generation emissions in the National Electricity Market (NEM), plus electricity demand in the South West Interconnected System (SWIS).