Category Archives: Australia
The Australian National University is getting on board with the need for electricity markets to prepare for extreme climate events. They will be running a webinar on April 22nd, titled “Preparing electricity networks for extreme climate events: Learnings from California … Continue reading
The Australian webinar, “Is NEM ready for a climate-induced crisis as in California or Texas”, at which Dr. Sioshansi was a guest speaker, is now available to view.
Dr. Sioshansi is one of the invited speakers at a webinar on climate change preparedness to be held online from Griffith University Business School in Australia on Friday March 19th. The title of the conference is: “Is NEM (National Electricity … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article on the Paris Accord in the latest issue of Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled, “Finkel Report: Imagine a World without Electricity”. To read it, click here (PDF).
Dr. Sioshansi has an article about the Australian electricity market on the Energy Post website. It is titled, “Finkel Review, blueprint for Australia’s electricity market: ‘the real work has still to be done’”. To read it, click here.
Another stop on Dr. Sioshansi’s Australia trip was the Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook 2013 conference in Sydney. His talk there was on the future of traditional utilities and it is reported here under the title, “Is it already too … Continue reading
In October Dr. Sioshansi vsited Australia and gave a talk titled “What future energy? Decline of fossil fuels, rise of renewables, promise of decentralized generation” at the Port Macquarie Library. The event was organized by RDA Mid North Coast and … Continue reading
Researchers are pushing the envelope on renewables This is a sample article from the November 2012 issue of EEnergy Informer. President Obama’s latest book, no longer selling briskly, was titled “The Audacity of Hope.” A new genre of studies on … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article about Australian energy prices on the EU Energy Policy blog. To read it, click here.
This is a sample article from the April 2012 issue of EEnergy Informer. Australia’s demand growth appears tepid. Is this the beginning of the end for demand growth? In March 2012, the Australian Electricity Market Operator (AEMO) released a report … Continue reading