A fundamental shift is needed in energy policy to provide a sure path for Australia to meet its emission reduction obligations while ensuring a reliable and affordable supply for customers.
The status quo is not good enough, but will the new national energy guarantee deliver reliability and emission reductions?
The days and weeks ahead are vital for engaging stakeholders and state governments on the national energy plan’s merits. It won’t please everyone and the detail still needs to be worked through.
Dmitry Danilovich explores the potential of on-site renewable power generation.
The electricity market is increasingly geared towards providing customers with new energy services but energy affordability and continuity of supply is still a costly issue for consumers
While the focus from the Finkel Review has been on the Clean Energy Target and affordability, a number of other potentially fundamental changes to energy market governance arrangements have garnered less attention.
Australia requires continuing investment in clean energy and the Finkel Review proposes a set of recommendations capable of implementation within the next 18 months to drive it.
The Finkel Review recognises consumers are at the heart of the transition to cleaner energy. But the question remains, will his recommendations deliver lower prices?
The Finkel Report is being lauded as a ‘once in a generation’ energy review. Let’s not waste this opportunity. This is not a report that can go on the shelf.
On the back of a dive in oil and gas revenue and a crackdown on multinational tax avoidance, yesterday, Treasurer Scott Morrison announced that the Government will conduct a review…
It has been another captivating week in the Australian energy markets. The closure of the Hazelwood power plant was announced, thermal coal export prices have continued to surge and there…