7 January 2020
As we enter the 2020s, there is an opportunity to plot a clear pathway to a new energy future – that of near-zero emissions, while maintaining reliability and low-cost.
25 November 2019
In the often messy and turbulent world of energy and climate policy, Australia ends 2019 in a far better place than we began.
19 November 2019
As Australians prepare for a hot and dangerous summer, politicians and energy market agencies are searching for the lowest-cost way to try to ensure the lights stay on.
8 October 2019
Every ad hoc solution that governments pile on the energy market is making it harder to deliver the price and security outcomes that politicians and customers want.
9 September 2019
NSW should be able to cope comfortably with the impending closure of the Liddell coal power station in the Hunter Valley. Here’s how.
9 September 2019
Rather than engaging in a blame game, the federal and Victorian governments should take four positive steps to make electricity more affordable and reliable.
12 July 2019
The policy stand-off between federal Energy Minister Angus Taylor and his state counterparts cannot continue. The sector is too important for its future to be decided by a high-stakes game of chicken.
5 April 2019
The domestic trend is clear: coal looks destined to be replaced by solar and wind generation over the next 30 years. The timing is less certain for the export market.
18 March 2019
Whoever wins the imminent federal election will need to get serious on climate change. The mess that policy uncertainty has imposed on the domestic electricity sector is now being mirrored in gas and coal.
6 March 2019
Developing a comprehensive, integrated approach to energy and climate policy doesn’t fit the immediate political need. The best we might hope for is minimum harm in the short term, followed by a deep breath and some clear-headed leadership from whoever forms government after the 2019 federal election.