If all else fails, do the conventional thing
Intervention by different governments in Australia’s National Electricity Market (NEM) is in vogue. However, without a coherent national approach we risk reduced reliability, higher prices and missed targets.
In a recently published Pursuit article, Prof. Michael Brear, Director of the Melbourne Energy Institute, discusses how government intervention in the NEM needs to be more coordinated, not only to achieve a structured transition to a decarbonised electricity sector, but for the sake of our hip pocket. Read Prof. Brear’s article here.
Pursuit is the University of Melbourne’s academic research publication, presenting cutting-edge research and commentary from academic experts across the university.
Anita La Rosa