This report provides detail on emissions trends, including sector specific analysis of factors driving emissions. The report estimates the emissions reduction effort required to meet Australia’s emissions reduction targets.
A report released last month by the Department of the Environment and Energy shows that Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2020 are estimated to be just 1.6% below their 2000 level. This means that, come June, we will have missed Australia’s decade-long, bipartisan and treaty...
This report outlines the achievements of the Victorian government's renewable energy policies and programs in driving new investment in renewable energy projects, creating jobs, reducing emissions from electricity generation, and supporting supply chain development over the 2018-19 financial year.
The Clean Energy Regulator announced this month that the 2020 Renewable Energy Target has now been met. But with investment slowing, no national policy and a range of regulatory barriers emerging, what happens next is unclear.
This consultation paper seeks feedback on the design of the overall scheme structure, as well as on specific scheme components including payment structure, contracting elements, scheme administration and cost recovery mechanism, and auction evaluation principles.
This is the first report delivered since the REJI Act commenced on 15 December 2017. The reporting period for this report is the 2017-18 financial year.
The Clean Energy Regulator has today published the 2018 certificate shortfall list and large scale generation certificate market update - February 2019 following final surrender by liable entities for the 2018 assessment year. Across both the Large-scale Renewable Energy Target and Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme...
Revitalising the wind power induced merit order effect to reduce wholesale and retail electricity prices in Australia
This paper investigates the effect of increasing the number of wind turbine generators on wholesale spot prices in the Australian National Electricity Market's (NEM), given the existing transmission grid, from 2014 to 2025.