It is time for Australia to prepare a transition plan for the global energy system transition. The risks and opportunities are too great to ignore.
The Energy Security Board’s post-2025 NEM redesign could lay down the path to an effective decarbonisation of Australia’s main electricity grid.
Narendra Modi unveils One Sun, One World, One Grid vision to try to slash $US250 billion a year fossil fuel import bill, and launch platform for solar exports.
Angus Taylor seems intent on bastardising the renewable energy mandates of CEFC and ARENA in name of “technology neutral” approach to support failed technologies.
Australia should use energy transition to re-boot economy as energy markets pause, oil prices crash, and a virus without a vaccine stalls human activity around the world.
Australia needs to focus on safe renewable technologies already commercially proven. Nuclear is hugely expensive and slow to build.
To IEEFA’s contrarian perspective, Indian investors in the main are not looking to replicate the Australian thermal coal graveyard.
In Australia’s climate policy void, an ever increasing number of corporations are stepping up to show leadership on this critical financial risk. IFM is the latest.
IEEFA report shows solar taking an increasingly prominent role in driving the ongoing transformation of global electricity generation.
New modelling predicts India is within a decade of peak coal demand for the power sector. This is sooner than anyone has predicted.