27 June 2016
In this Energy Futures event the Shadow Minister, Mark Butler, outlined Labor’s policies to address the challenge of climate change.
19 May 2016
This Energy Futures public forum featured Rod Sims, the Chairman of the ACCC, who discussed the Commission’s report on the competitiveness of wholesale gas prices in Eastern and Southern Australia.
4 May 2016
In this public forum, presenters from the Grattan Institute and Curtin University’s Sustainability Policy Institute discussed recent work on climate policy, electricity tariffs, solar storage and rail funding.
16 February 2016
Shayleen Thompson, CEO of the Climate Change Authority and Clare Savage from the Business Council of Australia joined Grattan Institute’s Tony Wood to discuss: How tough is the target and what are the merits of the various policies that might be used to meet this and future targets?
13 October 2015
Tom Arup from The Age discussed what happens after the Paris Conference with David Karoly, Anthea Harris and Tony Wood in this Energy Futures event
30 September 2015
Grattan Institute’s Tony Wood discussed Australia’s emissions reduction target with representatives of The Climate Institute and the Minerals Council.
14 August 2015
This Energy Futures seminar will explore whether a portfolio of renewable technologies can reliably supply our power needs.
21 July 2015
Can clean burning gas be part of the solution but as a fossil fuel also be part of the problem? This Policy Pitch seminar discussed an issue of critical importance to Australia, shortly to become the world’s biggest exporter of gas.
11 June 2015
This Forward Thinking seminar explored how we need to get network prices and policy settings fixed to ensure that solar really can help deliver fairer, cheaper and more sustainable electricity.
28 May 2015
Is it time to leave the grid? The rise of distributed generation and the consequences for consumers and the electricity sector
This Energy Futures seminar explored the economic case for solar and how we need to get network prices and policy settings fixed to ensure that solar really can help deliver fairer, cheaper and more sustainable electricity.