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    January 23, 2018

    Wind Farms – Adding wind to Australia’s energy sails

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    Wind energy already accounts for 30 percent of renewable generation and over 5 percent of total electricity generation in Australia. Falling development and generation costs will drive the growth of wind as an energy source into the future.
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    November 6, 2017

    Green Hydrogen – Opportunity or hype?

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    Hydrogen as an energy carrier has long been discussed as a pathway to a greener future and although technology progress has been slow, recent developments point to tangible progress.Diversity of sources, security and flexibility within Australia’s energy system is the key to a reliable energy future; hydrogen could play an important role alongside other energy technologies.
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    October 13, 2017

    Energy Roundtable Breakfast – key findings

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    What will Australia’s energy future look like in 2030? Will it be business as usual? …… a utopian renewable energy reliant world? …… one powered by nuclear? …… or one with high technological consumption control?

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    September 13, 2017

    AEMO Report – exacerbating our issues not finding solutions

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    AEMO’s report to the Government appropriately highlights the risks to the NEM following closure of key dispatchable capacity. However, the report and the Government’s reaction adds to the hysteria rather than addressing policy that provides incentives to invest in appropriate generation assets.
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  • August 30, 2017

    ‘Charging’ ahead – Five key trends reshaping the electricit [...]

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    The traditional electricity industry is under significant pressure as rapid advances in technology are upending the electricity value chain. Disruption in electricity is no longer an ‘if’. Think when, how fast and how big. Batteries, renewables, prosumers and distributed electricity systems, electric vehicles and the Internet of Energy are the key trends leading the charge.
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    August 4, 2017

    Residential rooftop solar set to soar

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    Solar rooftop economics are approaching a tipping point. Not only does electricity generated from residential rooftop solar households reduce greenhouse gas emissions, recent market trends indicate residential rooftop solar is the solution for households to withstand increasing electricity prices.
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    July 18, 2017

    Disruption in Electricity – an electrifying start to a sunny fu [...]

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    With the appropriate political and regulatory support and after years in the wilderness Australia now approaches a period of rapid change to the way in which it produces and consumes energy. This will mark the end of a ‘lazy’ era of burning fossil fuels and propel Australia’s energy sector toward being regarded as highly innovative with the ability to export our innovation and skills.

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    June 21, 2017

    The Finkel Review – A politically acceptable outcome for no [...]

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    The Finkel review has been released and appears to have come up with a ‘politically acceptable’ solution. However, even if all the recommendations are accepted, the future impact on the electricity market is far from certain. Human behaviour and the declining cost of renewables will have a more profound effect than the Finkel review suggests in its modelling.

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    Snowy Hydro 2.0: Good but not enough?
    Snowy Hydro 2.0: Good but not enough?
    June 21, 2017

    Snowy Hydro 2.0: Good but not enough?

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    Snowy Hydro 2.0 has been proposed by the Federal Government to alleviate the Australian Energy Crisis. Will it be the golden solution they hoped for, or should the government consider alternative investments to allow a more effective or timely solution?

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    Batteries have become the mainstream solution to the energy crisi
    Batteries have become the mainstream solution to the energy crisi
    April 19, 2017

    Batteries have become the mainstream solution to the energy crisi [...]

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    Following the blackouts in South Australia, a strong debate around the future of electricity has been sparked within both the state and national governments. We take a closer look at this debate, summarise the causes, consequences and likely outcomes, whilst discussing the impact to the wider Australian energy market.
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    February 15, 2017

    Towards Australia’s Smart Energy Future

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    As technological developments continue Smart Energy is increasingly being adopted by the government, businesses and consumers in order to address climate issues and cut energy costs. We discuss the uptake of Smart Energy within Australia including the key technologies, government incentives driving uptake and the anticipated disruption from future changes.