The State Grid Corporation of China and Singapore Power, not just Australian players, have a stake in the market being shaped by the AER.
The IEA’s sustainable recovery plan shows policymakers how to think beyond a sugar hit to the economy and include energy transition in any Covid-19 stimulus.
Everything from snaring capital for superannuation to supporting start-ups in health, energy and space is on the table for imaginative policymakers.
AEMC chair John Pierce’s parting gift to the NEM is genuine reform, rejecting calls for delay on wholesale demand response.
The Green Paper on Operation Rebound maps an NT reboot, backed by a squad of bankers, policymakers, community leaders, retired politicians, and oil and gas executives.
Technological advancement is leading to greater efficiency, but also increased risks of cyber attacks, the Bank for International Settlements has found.
A technology investment roadmap will be workshopped with industry to fuel one version of a lower emissions future.
Global coordination, insurance schemes and redefining risk pricing will all play a part in mitigating the global threats of Covid-19 and climate change, the Bank for International Settlements argues.
Not all of the NEM's needs will be met by the ESB's energy services and ahead markets reforms.
The Clean Energy Council makes its pitch for decarbonising the Covid-19 recovery as federal energy policy settings tilt toward gas.
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