The Institute is an apolitical, not-for-profit, energy policy body.
It provides a mechanism by which all stakeholders in Australian energy may collaborate on risks and concerns impacting on energy finance, production, supply and export, where those risks may not have been fully addressed by existing industry organisations.
It acknowledges all environmental concerns as well as the paramount interest of the public in having access to affordable, clean and secure energy.
Click here for information on the Institute and the benefits of membership.
The Institute's energy and climate policy position flowing from the Paris UNFCC conference calls for a formal mechanism to orchestrate collaboration between the public and private sectors.
Click here to download the Institute's "Collaboration in Energy: Policy-related Matters Arising from the 10th Energy State of the Nation (ESON) Forum held in Sydney on 18 March 2016".
Final submission to the Finkel Review on Security of the NEM, March 2017
The Institute’s submission to the COAG Energy Council, August 2016.
Public Policy Paper 1/2017: How to reform the electricity market before we reach the top of a cliff
Click here to view this paper by Stephen Wilson, Cape Otway Associates
Public Policy Papers: A compendium of Key Points (to Feb 2017)
Since May 2013 the Institute has published fifteen Public Policy Papers.
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