Government, governance and the energy trilemma - Australia's experience of the renewable electricity transition
The Australian electricity sector, like many others internationally, contributes the greatest share of the country's greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). It therefore offers the largest opportunity to reduce emissions and limit the impacts of climate change, by making a transition to generating electricity from renewable energy. However, emissions reductions are not the only variable that must be considered in the shift away from fossil fuels and the emergence of the 'energy trilemma' concept has...[Show more]
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