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Policy Papers

Below is a complete list of Policy Papers produced by the EPIA. 

Click on the paper title to download the paper.

For a complete compendium of key points of all EPIA Policy Papers, click here

2023    Jim Snow, Oakley Greenwood Brisbane

Investing in Energy Markets with Major Government Policy Interventions

2023    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Transitioning to Net Zero: Can Australia Become a Renewable Superpower?

 

2022    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

The Wooden Spoon Award: The Nuclear Energy Prohibitions in Australia

 

2022   David Carland, Australian Resources Development Pty Ltd

Future Australian Electricity Generation Costs - A review of CSIRO's GenCost 2021-22 Report

 

2022   Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Our Power System Imbalance

 

2022    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Geopolitics of the Energy Transition after the Ukraine Crisis

 

2021    Stephen Anthony, Macroeconomics Advisory

Electricity generation and emissions reduction in Australia: we need a coherent policy to foster technology development and investment

 

2021    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

The Shell Decision: An International Legal Nightmare for the Energy Industry

 

2021   Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Diversity Indispensable for Net Zero

 

2020    Geoff Dyke, Mining & Energy Union

Nuclear power through the lens of an Australian Trade Union

 

2020    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

The Gaping Hole: The Absence of an Energy Vision in Australia, Its Consequences and an Alternative Way Forward

 

2019    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Finding the right balance: power System Flexibility in an Era of Decarbonisation: An Annotated Bibliography 

 

2019    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

One judgment brings upheaval for energy and climate policy in Australia

 

2019    John McDonnell, McDonnell Policy Analysis

Why no energy policy?

 

2018    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

The Climate Driver: What the Global Clean Energy Goal means for Nuclear Energy and Energy-dependent Industries

 

2018    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Nuclear Power and its Potential Role in Economic Development in Australia

 

2018    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Reliable Electricity Supply in Australia – at Least Cost

 

2017    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Future Energy Policy

 

2017    Stephen Wilson, Cape Otway Associates

What are the full system costs of renewable energy?

 

2017    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Time to Throw off the Chains

 

2017    Stephen Wilson, Cape Otway Associates

How to reform the electricity market before we reach the top of a cliff

 

2016    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Investing in Electricity Infrastructure in a Low-Carbon Era

 

2016    Professor Simon Bartlett, University of Queensland

The “Pressure Cooker” effect of intermittent renewable generation in power systems

 

2016    Dr George Raitt, Piper Alderman

East coast gas pipelines - Is price control warranted?

 

2016    Gary Waters and Luigi Sorbello, Jacobs Australia

Cyber Security Policy in the Energy Sector

 

2016    Cristelle Maurin, University College London

The need for an energy vision in New South Wales

 

2016    Professor Chris Greig, UQ Energy Initiative; and Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia.

Accelerating low-emissions energy innovation - an Australian Perspective

 

2016    Tony Wood, Grattan Institute

Australian climate change policies in 2016: Finding the best policies to meet the target

 

2014    Peta Ashworth, Technology in Society, CSIRO Energy Flagship

Community Engagement in Energy Policy in Australia

 

2014    Jim Snow, Oakley Greenwood

The Economic Impact of High Energy Prices in Australia

 

2014    Ian Cronshaw, Office of the Chief Economist, International Energy Agency

The Current and Future Importance of Coal in the World Energy Economy

 

2013    Professor Chris Greig, University of Queensland; and UQ Energy Initiative

Energy Innovation Policy and the Need for a Portfolio Approach

 

2013    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia; and Keith Orchison, Coolibah Pty Ltd.

Getting gas into a market - any market

 

2013    Malcolm Keay, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, UK

No such thing as the cost of renewables? The significance of system and resource costs

 

2013    Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Trust and Energy Governance in Australia

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