Energy regulation for a low carbon economy: obstacles and opportunities
The purpose of this article is to map and critically evaluate Australia’s energy regulation landscape with a view to: (a) characterising strengths and weaknesses in Australia’s current energy regime; and (b) recommending policies that can encourage and facilitate Australia’s transition to a low-carbon economy. The authors argue that no single policy instrument can deliver a sustainable energy future, but that a range of measures can all make important contributions, including carbon pricing,...[Show more]
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