Tony Wood and Lucy Carter
The global gas revolution is poised to create a huge Australian export industry but also significantly raise our domestic gas bills. Calls for protection against high gas prices are getting louder. Government should ignore them, but help the market adapt to a new world.
Energy Program DirectorTony Wood
Tony has deep experience in the energy sector. He worked at Origin Energy for 11 years, and was an adviser to the first Garnaut climate change review. He is also program director of Clean Energy Projects at the Clinton Foundation.
16 June 2013Getting gas right: Australia’s energy challenge
02 December 2012Putting the customer back in front: How to make electricity prices cheaper
15 July 2012Building the bridge: a practical plan for a low-cost, low-emissions energy future
06 February 2012No easy choices: which way to Australia's energy future?
30 August 2011New Protectionism Under Carbon Pricing
07 April 2011Learning the hard way: Australia's policies to reduce emissions
15 December 2010Markets to Reduce Pollution: Cheaper than Expected
22 April 2010Restructuring the Australian Economy to Emit Less Carbon
17 June 2013Not everything glitters for Australia in the golden age of gas
17 June 2013Why gas is transforming the global energy sector
17 June 2013How Australian can make the most of the global gas revolution
03 June 2013Power council leaves consumers in the cold
25 April 2013Rooftop solar is growing up
02 July 2013Unconventional gas - energy saviour or environmental problem?
07 May 2013SYDNEY What should be Australia's emissions reduction target?
06 May 2013MELBOURNE What should be Australia's emissions reduction target?
22 April 2013Are Australian energy markets functioning efficiently?
08 April 2013Electricity distribution pricing: is it fixed yet and are we on track to addressing the problems?